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OFFICIAL LISTS AND INDEXES 

OF 
NAMES AND WORKS IN ZOOLOGY 

Supplement 1986-2000 



Edited by 
J. D. D. SMITH 



Copyright International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature 2001 
ISBN 85301 007 2 



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IICZZN 1 The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 

2001 



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CONTENTS 

Introductory Note iii 

Status of Entries on Official Lists and Indexes iv 

Names placed on the Official Lists and Indexes in Opinions and Directions published in Volumes 43 (1986) 

to 57 (2000) of the Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 1 

Works placed on the Official List and Index in Opinions and Directions published in Volumes 43 (1986) to 

57 (2000) of the Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 87 

Valid Names of Type Species of Genera placed on the Official List prior to 1986 88 

Emendments to Names and Works placed on the Official Lists and Indexes prior to 1986 91 

Systematic Index of Names on Official Lists 95 

Bibliographic References to Opinions and Directions published in Volumes 43 (1986) to 57 (2000) of the 

Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 132 



JUL 2 2001 

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OFFICIAL LISTS AND INDEXES 
INTRODUCTORY NOTE 



The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature was founded in Leiden in 1895 during the 3rd 
International Congress of Zoology. It is devoted entirely to providing a service for the zoological and 
palaeontological community and has the task of stabilising and promoting uniformity in the nomenclature of 
animals without interfering with taxonomic freedom. To this end, the Commission publishes the International Code 
of Zoological Nomenclature, the 4th Edition of which came into effect on 1 January 2000 and contains the definitive 
rules for the application of zoological names. The Commission is empowered to suspend the rules when their strict 
application would cause confusion or would act against stability or universality in nomenclature. This can only be 
done by the use of the Commission's plenary power and after discussion with interested zoologists; such problems 
are discussed in the Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature before the Commission reaches a final decision by means of 
a vote. The Commission's rulings are published in the Bulletin in the form of Opinions. The family-group, generic 
and specific names and the titles of works upon which the Commission has ruled are placed on the Commission's 
Official Lists or Official Indexes. 

In 1987 the International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature, which handles the Commission's publishing and 
financial affairs, published the Official Lists and Indexes of Names and Works in Zoology. That book gave details of 
all names and works which had been placed on the Official Lists and Indexes up to the end of 1985. The volume 
contained 9917 entries, 9783 being family-group, generic or specific names and 134 entries relating to works. 

In the 15 years 1986-2000 inclusive a further 601 Opinions and Directions have been published in the Bulletin, listing 
2371 names and 14 works placed on the Official Lists and Indexes. Details of these 2385 entries are given in the 
present Supplement, together with emendments to the entries in the 1987 volume. Additional sections are (a) a table 
correlating the nominal type species of genera listed in the 1987 volume with the valid, but different, names of those 
species, (b) a systematic index of all names on the Official Lists in the 1987 volume and this Supplement, and (c) a 
bibliographic reference to Opinions and Directions summarised in this Supplement. 

A number of changes have been made in the layout for this Supplement. Family-group, generic and specific names 
have been grouped in one list rather than given separately as in the 1987 volume. Furthermore, the systematic group 
is shown for all names and not, as previously, only for names placed on the Official Lists. 

Two points made in the 1987 volume should be emphasised. First, names have been placed on the Official Lists and 
Indexes over a span of many years, and the varied wording of the entries reflects differing practices on the part of the 
Commission. Secondly, the 1987 volume inevitably contains some errors, most of which have been corrected when 
known. However, earlier authorships of some names (mainly at family-group level) have not been incorporated 
because the Commission and Secretariat have not had an opportunity to consider the implications, and in some 
systematic groups the earliest authorships have never been investigated in detail. Meanwhile, the Commission and 
Secretariat would welcome notification of errors for correction in any subsequent edition of the Official Lists and 
Indexes. 



STATUS OF ENTRIES ON OFFICIAL LISTS AND INDEXES 



OFFICIAL LISTS 

The status of names, nomenclatural acts and works entered in an Official List is regulated by Article 80.6 of the 
International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. 

All names on Official Lists are available and they may be used as valid, subject to the provisions of the Code and to 
any conditions recorded in the relevant entries on the Official List or in the rulings recorded in the Opinions or 
Directions which relate to those entries. However, if a name on an Official List is given a different status by an 
adopted Part of the List of Available Names in Zoology the status in the latter is to be taken as correct (Article 80.8). 

A name or nomenclatural act occurring in a work entered in the Official List of Works Approved as Available for 
Zoological Nomenclature is subject to the provisions of the Code, and to any limitations which may have been 
imposed by the Commission on the use of that work in zoological nomenclature. 



OFFICIAL INDEXES 

The status of names, nomenclatural acts and works entered in an Official Index is regulated by Article 80.7 of the 
Code. 

Names entered in an Official Index may or may not be available, as determined by the relevant entries and by the 
rulings in the Opinions or Directions relating to those entries. Names entered in an Official Index cannot be used as 
valid, unless this is permitted by a ruling of the Commission or in the case of junior homonyms or junior objective 
synonyms by the rejection of the relevant senior names under the provisions of the Code. 

No name or nomenclatural act occurring in a work entered in the Official Index of Rejected and Invalid Works in 
Zoological Nomenclature has any availability or validity in zoological nomenclature, unless the Commission has ruled 
otherwise. However, such a suppressed or rejected work may be used as a source of information relevant to 
zoological nomenclature unless the Commission has expressly ruled that the work is to be treated as unpublished. 



NAMES PLACED ON THE OFFICIAL LISTS AND INDEXES 



Names placed on the Official Lists and Indexes in Opinions and 
Directions published in Volumes 43 (1986) to 57 (2000) of the 
Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 

This section lists in alphabetic order every family-group, 
generic and specific name placed on the Official Lists and 
Indexes; specific names are given in their original binomen. 
Names on the Official Lists are in bold type and those on the 
Official Indexes in non-bold type. The Direction or Opinion 
number under which each name was placed on the Official 
List or Index is given at the end of that entry. 

aalensis, Loligo, Schiibler in Zieten, 1832, Die Versteinerungen 
Wiirttembergs, Expeditum des Werkes 'Unsere Zeif, part 5, 
p. 34 (specific name of the type species of Loligosepia 
Quenstedt, 1839) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

abildgaardi, Spams, Bloch, 1791, Naturgeschichte der 
ausldndischen Fische, part 4, p. 22 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1945 

Acamptopoeum Cockerell, 1905, Transactions of the American 
Entomological Society, 31: 320 (gender: neuter) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Camptopoeum submetallicum Spinola, 1851) (Hymen- 
optera). Op. 1759 

Acanthophthalmns van Hasselt in Temminck, 1824, Bulletin 
des Sciences Naturelles et de Geologie, 2(Zoologie): 376 (a 
junior objective synonym of Cobitis Linnaeus. 1758) 
(Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1695 

Acanthoteuthis Wagner, 1839, in Minister. G. Graf zu (Ed.), 
Beitrdge zur Petrefacten-Kunde, part 1, p. 94 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Bulow-Trummer, 1920, Fossilium Catalogus, 1 (Animalia), 
part 11, p. 268: Acanthoteuthis speciosa Munster, 1839) 
(Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1860 

Acantophthalmus van Hasselt, 1823, Algemeene Konst- en 
Letter-Bode voor het jaar 1823, II deel, no. 35, p. 133 (a 
junior objective synonym of Cobitis Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1500 

acaroides, Sphaerius, Waltl, 1838, Isis (von Oken), 1838: 272 
(specific name of the type species of Sphaerius Waltl, 1838) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1957 

Aceria Keifer, 1944, Bulletin of the California Department of 
Agriculture, 33(1): 22 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
original designation: Eriophyes tulipae Keifer, 1938) 
(Arachnida, Acarina). Op. 1521 

Acernaspis Campbell, 1967, Bulletin, Oklahoma Geological 
Survey, 115: 32 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Phacops orestes Billings, 1860) (Trilobita). Op. 
1846 

achatinaceus, Bulimus. Pfeiffer, 1 846, Symbolae ad Historian) 
Heliceorum, part 3, p. 82, as defined by the lectotype 
(specimen no. ZMB Moll 65746 in the Pfeiffer collection in 
the Humboldt Zoologisches Museum, Berlin) designated 
by Naggs, 1994, Journal of Molluscan Studies, 60: 80 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1766 

Acineta Ehrenberg, [1834], Physikalische Mathematische 
Abhandlungen der Koniglichen Akademie der Wissenschaften 
zu Berlin, 1833: 284, published in the serial in 1835 but 
issued as a separate in 1834 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Collin, 1912, Archives 
de Zoologie Experimental et Generate, 51: 336: Acineta 
tuberosa Ehrenberg, [1834]) (Ciliophora, Suctoria). Op. 
1778 



Acrochordium Meyen, 1834, Novorum Actorum Academiae 
Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae Naturae Curiosorum, 
16(Supplement 1): 165 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Hydrozoa). Op. 
1752 

Acrolepiopsis Gaedike, 1970, Entomologische Abhandlungen, 
Staatliche Museum fur Tierkunde in Dresden, 38(1): 32 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by original designation: 
Roeslerstammia assectella Zeller, 1839) (Lepidoptera). Op. 
1910 

Acrolocha Thomson, 1858, Ofversigt af Kungliga Vetenskaps- 
akademiens Forhandlingar , 15: 38 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by original designation: Omalium striatum 
Gravenhorst, 1802) (Coleoptera). Op. 1722 

Actia Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830, Memoires presentes par divers 
Savants a V Academie Royale des Sciences de Vlnstitut de 
France, vol. 2, p. 85 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Roeselia lamia 
Meigen, 1838) (Diptera). Op. 1432 

Actinodoris Ehrenberg, 1831, Symbolae physicae seu icones et 
descriptiones animalium evertabratorum sepositis insectis 
quae ex itinere per Africam borealem et Asiam occidentalem. 
Decas 1 Mollusca (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1375 

Aculea Perry, 1810, Arcana, or the Museum of Natural History, 
pi. 15 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1677 

aculeatus, Tropidolepis, Gray, 1831, in Griffith, E. & Pidgeon, 
E. (Eds.), 77ze animal kingdom arranged in conformity with 
its organization, by the Baron Cuvier, with additional 
descriptions of all the species hitherto named, and of many 
not before noticed, vol. 9 (Supplement), p. 43 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1909 

acuminata, Buprestis, De Geer, 1 774, Memoires pour servir a 
I'histoire des insectes, vol. 4, p. 133 (specific name of the 
type species of Melanophila Eschscholtz, 1829) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1826 

acutangula, Limosina, Zetterstedt, 1847, Diptera Scandinaviae 
disposita et descripta, vol. 6, p. 2499 (specific name of the 
type species of Coproica Rondani, 1861) (Diptera). Op. 
1839 

adamsi, Cuspidaria (Rhinoclama), Morgan & Heppell. 1981, 
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London. 
(B)294(1071): 546 (specific name of the type species of 
Rhinoclama Dall & Smith in Dall, 1886) (Bivalvia). Op. 
1376 

ADERIDAE Winkler, 1927, Catalogus Coleopterum regionis 
palearcticae, part 7, col. 831 (type genus: Aderus Stephens, 
1829), ruled under the plenary power that this name and 
other family-group names based on Aderus are to be given 
precedence over EUGLENESIDAE Seidlitz, 1875 and 
other family-group names based on Euglenes Westwood, 
1830 whenever their type genera are placed in the same 
family-group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1 549 

Aderus Stephens, 1829, A systematic Catalogue of British 
Insects, p. 255 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Westwood, 1830, Zoological 
Journal, London, 5: 57: Lytta boleti Marsham, 1802) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1549 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



ADIANTHIDAE Ameghino, 1891, Revista Argentina de 
Historia Natural, 1: 134 (type genus: Adianthus Ameghino. 
1891) (Mammalia). Op. 1409 

Adianthus Ameghino, 1891, Revista Argentina de Historia 
Natural, 1: 134 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Adianthus bucatus Ameghino, 1891) 
(Mammalia). Op. 1409 

adscensionis, Scomber, Osbeck, 1771. A voyage to China and 
the East Indies, vol. 2, p. 94 (unavailable because cited as a 
synonym from a pre- 1758 publication) (Osteichthyes. 
Perciformes). Op. 1841 

adunca, Lernaea, Strom, 1762, Physik og oeconomisk 
beskrivelse over fogderiet Sondmoi; beliggende i Bergens stift 
i Norge, part 1, p. 167 (senior subjective synonym of the 
specific name of Lernaea uncinata Muller, 1776, the type 
species of Clavella Oken, 1815) (Copepoda). Op. 1817 

advena, Cryptophagus, Waltl, 1834, Faunus, 1: 169 (specific 
name of the type species of Ahasverus des Gozis, 1881) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1771 

Aecothea Haliday, 1838, Annals of Natural History, 2: 187 (a 
junior objective synonym of Oecothea Haliday in Curtis, 
1837)(Diptera). Op. 1797 

aedon, Troglodytes, Vieillot, [1809], Histoire naturelle des 
oiseaux de I'Amerique septentrionale ..., vol. 2, p. 52 
(specific name of the type species of Troglodytes Vieillot, 
[1809]) (Aves, Passeriformes). Op. 1893 

Aenasioidea Girault, 1911, Canadian Entomologist. 43(5): 171 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Aenasioidea 
latiscapus Girault, 1911), ruled under the plenary power 
not to be given priority over Metaphycus Mercet, 1917 
whenever the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1898 

aenea, Buprestis, Linnaeus, 1761, Fauna Suecica, Ed. 2, p. 213 
(specific name of the type species of Dicerca Eschscholtz, 
1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1784 

aequinoctialis, Cimex, Scopoli, 1763, Entomologia carniolica, 
p. 132 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Homoptera). Op. 1935 

Aetheius Hubner, [1819], Verzeichniss bekannter Schmettlinge, 
part 7, p. 109 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1381 

aethiopicus, Tantalus, Latham, 1790, Index Ornithologicus, sive 
Systema Ornithologiae .... vol. 2, p. 706 (specific name of 
the type species of Threskiornis Gray, 1842) (Aves, 
Ciconiiformes). Op. 1674 

aethiops, Lamia, Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae, p. 
174 (specific name of the type species of Ceroplesis Serville, 
1835) (Coleoptera). Op. 1407 

aethiops, Tenthredo, Gmelin, 1790, Caroli a Linne Systema 
Naturae, Ed. 13, vol. 1, part 5, p. 2992 (senior subjective 
synonym of Selandria rosae Harris, 1841, the type species 
of Endelomyia Ashmead, 1898) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

afarensis, Australopithecus, Johanson, 1978, in Hinrichson, D., 
New Scientist, 78(1105): 571, as defined by the lectotype 
(specimen L.H.4 from Laetoli, preserved in the National 
Museums of Kenya, Nairobi) designated by Johanson, 
White & Coppens, 1978, Kirtlandia (Cleveland), 28: 2 (first 
available subjective synonym of Meganthropus africanus 
Weinert, 1 950, the type species of Praeanthropus Senyurek, 
1955) (Mammalia, Primates). Op. 1941 

africana, Gebia, Ortmann, 1894, Denkschriften der 
Medicinisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft zu Jena, 8: 
22 (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1753 



africanus. Meganthropus, Weinert. 1950. Zeitschrift fur 
Morphologie und Anthropologic 42(1): 139 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Mammalia. Primates). Op. 1941 

africanus. Oriolus, Wilkes. 1820. Encyclopaedia Londinensis. 
vol. 17, p. 740 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves). Op. 1859 

agassizii, Teudopsis, Eudes-Deslongchamps, 1835. Memoires 
de la Societe Linneenne de Normandie, 5: 72 (specific name 
of the type species of Jeletzkyteuthis Doyle. 1990) 
(Cephalopoda. Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

Agatachys Meigen, 1830, Systematische Beschreibung der 
bekannten europdischen zweiflugeligen Insekten, Theil 6. p. 
343 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1881 

agilis, Melissodes, Cresson, 1878, Proceedings of the Academy 
of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 30(2): 204 (Hymen- 
optera). Op. 1852 

AGONIDAE Kirby, 1837, in Richardson, Swainson & Kirby 
(Eds.), Fauna Boreali- Americana .... part 4, p. 23, spelling 
emended to AGONUMIDAE following the ruling under 
the plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the 
Code the stem of the generic name Agonum Bonelli, 1810 is 
AGONUM- (Coleoptera). Op. 1855 

AGONIDAE Swainson, 1839, The natural history of fishes, 
amphibians, and reptiles or monocardian animals, vol. 2, p. 
181 (type genus: Agonus Bloch & Schneider. 1801) 
(Osteichthyes. Scorpaeniformes). Op. 1855 

Agonum Bonelli, 1810, Observations entomologiques. Premiere 
partie. Tabula Synoptica exhibens genera Carabicorum in 
Sectiones et Stirpes disposita, text published, 1810. in 
Memoires de I'Academie Imperiale des Sciences, Litterature 
et Beaux-Arts de Turin, 18: 21-78 (gender: neuter) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Curtis. 1827. 
British entomology ..., vol. 4, text to pi. 183: Carabus 
marginatus Linnaeus. 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1855 

AGONUMIDAE Kirby, 1837, in Richardson, Swainson & 
Kirby (Eds.), Fauna Boreali- Americana .... part 4, p. 23 
(type genus: Agonum Bonelli, 1810). spelling emended from 
AGONIDAE by the ruling under the plenary power that 
for the purposes of Article 29 of the Code the stem of the 
generic name Agonum Bonelli, 1810 is AGONUM- 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1855 

Agonus Bloch & Schneider, 1801, M.E. Blochii ... Systema 
Ichthyologiae iconibus ex illustratum. Post obitum auctoris 
opus inchoatum absolvit. correxit. interpolavit J. Gottlob 
Schneider ..., vol. 1, p. 104 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Tilesius. [1814], in 
Pallas, Zoographia Rosso-Asiatica, vol. 3. p. 109, footnote: 
Cottus cataphractus Linnaeus, 1758) (Osteichthyes. 
Scorpaeniformes). Op. 1855 

Agouti Lacepede, 1799, Tableau des divisions, sous-divisions, 
ordres et genres des mammiferes. In: Discours de I'ouverture 
et de cloture du cours d'Histoire Naturelle donne dans le 
Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle .... I' an VII de la 
Republique, et Tableaux methodiques des Mammiferes et des 
Oiseaux, p. 9 (a junior objective synonym of Cuniculus 
Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia. Rodentia). Op. 1894 

Agrodes Nordmann, 1837, Symbolae ad monographiam 
staphylinorum, p. 161 (gender: neuter) (type species, by 
monotypy: Agrodes elegans Nordmann. 1837) (Coleo- 
ptera). Op. 1851 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



AGRODINI Nordmann, 1837, Symbolae ad monographiam 
staphylinorum, p. 7 (type genus: Agrodes Nordmann, 1837), 
ruled under the plenary power that this name and other 
family-group names based on Agrodes are not to be given 
priority over XANTHOLININI Erichson, 1839 and other 
family-group names based on Xantholinus Dejean, 1821 
whenever their type genera are placed in the same family- 
group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1851 

Agromyza Fallen, 1810, Specimen entomologiae novam Diptera 
..., p. 21 (gender: feminine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Agromyza reptans Fallen, 1823) 
(Diptera). Op. 1476 

agrorum, Tenthredo, Fallen, 1808, Kongl. Vetenskaps 
Academiens Handlingar, 29(1): 60 (senior subjective 
synonym of Tenthredo (Allantus) nitida Klug, 1817, the 
type species of Taxonus Hartig, 1837) (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1963 

aguimp, Motacilla, Temminck, [1820], Manual d'ornithologie, 
Ed. 2, part 1, p. lxviii (Aves). Op. 1859 

Ahasverus des Gozis, 1881, Bulletin des Seances de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, (6)1: cxxvii (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Cryptophagus advena Waltl, 
1834) (Coleoptera). Op. 1771 

alatus, Cimex najas, Retzius, 1783, Caroli De Geer genera et 
species insectorum, p. 89 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Heteroptera). 
Op. 1741 

alatus, Unio, Say, 1817, in Nicholson, First American edition of 
the British Encyclopedia or dictionary of arts and sciences, 
vol. 2 (B-E), pi. 4, fig. 2 (specific name of the type species of 
Potamilus Rafinesque, 1818) (Bivalvia). Op. 1665 

albescens, Astacus, Pennant, 1812, British Zoology, Ed. 5, vol. 
4, p. 25 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 
1576 

albicinctus, Cholus, Germar, 1824, Insectorum, species novae 
aut minus cognitae, descriptionibus illustratae, vol. 1, 
Coleoptera, p. 214 (specific name of the type species of 
Cholus Germar, 1824) (Coleoptera). Op. 1449 

albidus, Agonioneurus, Westwood, 1837, Philosophical 
Magazine, (3)10: 442 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1405 

albifrons, Corixa, Motschulsky, 1863, Bulletin de la Societe 
Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou, 36(2): 94, as defined 
by the neotype designated by Wroblewski, 1968, Polskie 
Pismo Entomologiczne, 38: 764, ruled by the Commission 
under Article 75.8 of the Code to be the name-bearing type 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1492 

albimana, Simia, Vigors & Horsfield, 1828, Zoological Journal, 
4(13): 107-109 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Mammalia, Primates). Op. 
1736 

alboguttata, Saperda, Megerle, [1803], Appendix ad catalogum 
insectorum, quae mense Novembris MDCCCII Viennae 
Austriae auctionis lege venditafuere, p. [10], ruled under the 
plenary power to be available despite having been published 
in a suppressed work (Coleoptera). Op. 1710 

albosignatus, Heliophanus, L. Koch, 1867, Verhandlungen der 
Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien, 17: 871 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1611 



albothorax, Banksinella luteolateralis, Theobald, 1907, A 
monograph of the Culicidae or mosquitoes, vol. 4, p. 470, as 
defined by the neotype (specimen no. 16988 in the 
collection of the Department of Entomology, California 
Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, U.S.A.) designated 
under the plenary power, the type status of the holotype 
having been set aside (Diptera). Op. 1 775 

albus, Psittacus, Miiller, 1776, Des Ritters Carl von Linne 
Natursystems Supplements und Register Band, p. 76, senior 
subjective synonym of Cacatua cristata Vieillot, 1817, the 
type species of Cacatua Vieillot, 1817 (Aves, Psittaci- 
formes). Op. 1949 

albus, Strombiformis, Da Costa, 1778, Historia Naturalis 
testaceorum Britanniae or, the British conchology ..., p. 116, 
as defined by the neotype (specimen no. BM(NH) 1984126 
in the Natural History Museum, London) designated by 
Waren, 1989, Journal of Conchology, 33(4): 222 (senior 
subjective synonym of Balcis montagui Leach in Gray, 
1847, the type species of Balcis Leach in Gray, 1847) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1739 

albus, Turbo, Pennant, 1777, British zoology, Ed. 4, vol. 4, p. 
130 (octavo edition) (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 
1739 

Alestes Miiller & Troschel, 1844, Archiv fur Naturgeschichte, 
10(1): 88 (gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Jordan, 1919, The genera of fishes, part 2, p. 
221: Salmo niloticus Linnaeus, 1758, a junior subjective 
synonym of Cyprinus dentex Linnaeus, 1758) (Osteichthyes, 
Characiformes). Op. 1813 

ALEUROPTERYGINAE Enderlein, 1905, Zoologischer 
Anzeiger, 29: 225 (type genus: Aleuropteryx Low, 1885) 
(Neuroptera). Op. 1595 

Aleuropteryx Low, 1885, Sitzungsberichte der Kaiserlichen 
Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien. Mathematische- 
Naturwissenschaftlichen Klasse (Abt. 1), 91: 79 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Aleuropteryx loewii Klapalak, 1894) (Neuroptera). 
Op. 1595 

alfacariensis, Colias hyale, Ribbe, 1905, Societas Entomo- 
logica, XX Jahrgang (18): 137, ruled under the plenary 
power to be available (Lepidoptera). Op. 1657 

algecirensis, Ceratopogon pulicaris, Strobl, 1900, Wiener 
Entomologische Zeitung, 19: 170, ruled under the plenary 
power not to be given priority over the specific name of 
Ceratopogon puncticollis Becker, 1903 whenever the two 
names are considered to be synonyms (Diptera). Op. 1643 

Allerya Morch, 1877, Journal de Conchyliologie, 25(2): 210 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1410 

Allopeas Baker, 1935, The Nautilus, 48(3): 84 (gender: neuter) 
(type species, by original designation: Bulimus gracilis 
Hutton, 1834) (Gastropoda). Op. 1766 

alpheus, Papilio, Cramer, [1777], De uitlandsche Kapellen, vol. 
2, part 16, p. 31 (specific name of the type species of Capys 
Hewitson, [1865]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1398 

alternans, Coluber, Lichtenstein, 1823, Verzeichniss der 
Doubletten des zoologischen Museums der Konigl. 
Universitat zu Berlin nebst Beschreibung vieler bisher 
unbekannten Arten von Sdugethieren, Vogeln, Amphibien 
und Fischen, p. 104 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 
1832 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Altica Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1. p. 244 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 432: 
Chrysomela oleracea Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1754 

alutaceus, Carcinochelis, Handlirsch, 1897, Annalen des 
Kaiserlich Koniglichen Naturhistorischen Hofmuseums, 12: 
222 (specific name of the type species of Carcinochelis 
Fieber, 1861) (Heteroptera). Op. 1641 

Alveolina d'Orbigny, 1826, Annales des Sciences Naturelles, 
(1)7: 306 (gender: feminine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Oryzaria boscii Defrance in 
Bronn, 1825) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1501 

ALVEOLINIDAE Ehrenberg, 1839, Physikalische 
Mathematische Abhandhmgen der Koniglichen Akademie der 
Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 1838: table facing p. 20 (type 
genus: Alveolina d'Orbigny, 1826) (Foraminiferida). Op. 
1501 

Alyattes Kinberg, 1867, Ofversigt af Kongl. Vetenskaps- 
Akademiens Fdrhandlingar. Stockholm, 23: 97 (a junior 
homonym of Alyattes Thomson, 1864) (Oligochaeta). Op. 
1403 

amasia, Phalaena, Smith, 1797, The natural history of the rarer 
lepidopterous insects of Georgia including their systematic 
characters ..., vol. 2, p. 179 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). 
Op. 1774 

Amblodon Rafinesque, 1819, Journal de Physique, de Chimie et 
d'Histoire Naturelle et des Arts, Paris, 88: 421 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1582 

Ambloxis Rafinesque, 1818, American Monthly Magazine and 
Critical Review, 3(5): 355 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1931 

ambulans, Acridium, Erichson, 1842, Archiv fur Natur- 
geschichte, 8(1): 251 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Orthoptera). Op. 
1489 

Ameiurus Rafinesque, 1820, Western Review and Miscellaneous 
Magazine, Lexington, 2(6): 359 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Silurus 
lividus Rafinesque, 1820, a junior subjective synonym of 
Pimelodus natalis Lesueur, 1819) (Osteichthyes, 

' Siluriformes). Op. 1584 

americana, Ampelis, Wilson, 1808, American ornithology; or, 
the natural history of the birds of the United States, vol. 1 , p. 
107 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Aves, Passeriformes). Op. 1893 

americana, Macrocera, Lepeletier, 1841, Histoire naturelle des 
insectes. Hymenopteres, vol. 2, p. 92 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1852 

amerinae, Cynips, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 554 (senior subjective synonym of Nematus 
(Cryptocampus) medullarius Hartig, 1837, the type species 
of Cryptocampus Hartig, 1837) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 



Ametastegia A. Costa, 1882, Rendiconto dell' Ace ademia delle 
Scienze Fisiche e Matematiche. 21(10): 198 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Ametastegia fidvipes 
A. Costa, 1 882, a junior subjective synonym of Tenthredo 
glabrata Fallen, 1808) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

Amicytheridea Bate, 1975. Bulletin of the British Museum 
(Natural History), Geology, 26(5): 190 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Amicytheridea triangulata Bate, 1975) (Ostracoda). Op. 
1740 

ammonitiformis, Stoa, De Serres, 1855, Annales des Sciences 
Naturelles, Paris. Zoologie, (4)4: 240 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1425 

Amphiporus Ehrenberg, 1831, in Hemprich & Ehrenberg 
(Eds.), Symbolae Physicae, seu icones et descriptiones 
Corporum Naturalium novorum ... Pars Zoologica. Animalia 
evertebrata exclusis insectis, p. 63 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Planaria 
lactiflorea Johnston, 1828) (Nemertea). Op. 1675 

ampullacea, Helix, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae. Ed. 10. 
vol. 1, p. 771 (specific name of the type species of Pila 
Roding, 1798) (Gastropoda). Op. 1913 

ampullaceus, Ophiognathus, Harwood, 1827, Philosophical 
Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1827: 
51 (senior subjective synonym of Saccopharynx 
flagellum Cuvier, 1829, the type species of Saccopharynx 
Mitchill, 1824) (Osteichthyes, Saccopharyngiformes). Op. 
1603 

Ampullaria Lamarck, 1799, Memoires de la Societe d'Histoire 
Naturelle de Paris, 1: 76 (a junior objective synonym of Pila 
Roding, 1798) (Gastropoda). Op. 1913 

AMPULLARUDAE Gray, 1824, Philosophical Magazine and 

Journal, 63(312): 276 (type genus: Ampullaria Lamarck, 
1799, a junior objective synonym of Pila Roding. 1798), 
confirmed by the Commission to be a senior objective syno- 
nym of PILIDAE Preston, 1915 (Gastropoda). Op. 1913 

Ampullarius de Montfort, 1810, Conchyliologie systematique. 
et classification methodique des coquilles, vol. 2, pp. 242 
(fig.), 243 (text) (an unjustified emendation of Ampullaria 
Lamarck, 1799 and a junior objective synonym of Pila 
Roding, 1798) (Gastropoda). Op. 1913 

anabathrum, Conus, Crosse, 1865, Journal de Conchyliologie. 
13: 304 (Gastropoda). Op. 1539 

Anguilla Schrank. 1798, Fauna Boica, vol. 1. part 2, p. 304 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Muraena 
anguilla Linnaeus, 1758) (Osteichthyes, Anguilliformes). 
Op. 1672 

anguilla, Muraena, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae. Ed. 10, 
vol. 1 , p. 245 (specific name of the type species of Anguilla 
Schrank, 1798) (Osteichthyes, Anguilliformes). Op. 1672 

angusticolle, Coryphium, Stephens, 1834. Illustrations of 
British entomology, Mandibulata. vol. 5. p. 344 (specific 
name of the type species of Coryphium Stephens, 1834) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1597 

angustus, Ixodes, Neumann, 1899. Memoires de la Societe 
Zoologique de France, 12: 136, as defined by the neotype 
(catalogue no. RML 49479 in the U.S. National Tick 
collection. Department of Entomology. Museum Support 
Center, Smithsonian Institution. Washington. D.C.. U.S.A.) 
designated under the plenary power, the type status of the 
holotype being suppressed under the plenary power 
(Arachnida, Acari). Op. 1624 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Anniella Gray, 1852, Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 
(2)10(59): 440 (gender: feminine) (type species, by mono- 
typy: Anniella pulchra Gray, 1852) (Reptilia, Squamata). 
Op. 1735 

annulata, Apis, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 578 (specific name of the type species of Hylaeus 
Fabricius, 1793) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

annulatus, Spiroglyphus, Daudin, 1800, Recueil de memoires et 
de notes sur des especes inedites ou peu connues de 
Mollusques, de Vers, et de Zoophytes, p. 50 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1425 

annulicornis, Coccobius, Ratzeburg, 1852, Die Ichneumonen der 
Forstinsecten in forstlicher und entomologischer Beziehung, 
vol. 3, p. 195, as defined by the neotype designated by 
LaSalle & Boucek, 1989, Bulletin of Zoological 
Nomenclature, 46: 133 (specific name of the type species of 
Coccobius Ratzeburg, 1852) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1646 

Anolis Daudin, 1802, Histoire naturelle, generate et particuliere 
des Reptiles, vol. 4, p. 50 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by designation under the plenary power: Anolis carolinensis 
Voigt, 1832) (Reptilia, Sauria). Op. 1385 

Anomala Samouelle, 1819, The Entomologist's Useful 
Compendium, p. 191 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Melolontha frischii Fabricius, 1775) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1546 

Anomala von Block, 1799, in Becker, Der Plaidsche Grund bei 
Dresden, mit Hinsicht auf Naturgeschichte und schone 
Gartenkunst, p. 119, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Anomala Samouelle, 1819 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Hymenoptera). 
Op. 1546 

Anomalina d'Orbigny, 1826, Annales des Sciences Naturelles, 7: 
282 (gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under 
the plenary power: Anomalina ariminensis d'Orbigny in 
Fornasini, 1902) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1902 

anomalus, Halicrus, Robertson, 1 892, American Naturalist, 26: 
272 (specific name of the type species of Dialictus 
Robertson, 1902) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1882 

Anoplocephala Blanchard, 1848, Annales Sciences naturelles, 
Paris (3) Zoologie, 10: 344 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
by subsequent designation by Braun, 1900, in Bronn's 
Klassen und Ordnungen des Tierreichs, vol. 4, Abt. lb. Lief. 
59-62, p. 1657: Taenia perfoliata Schrank, 1788) (Cestoda). 
Ops. 77, 1427 

Anoplocephala Stal, 1870, Kungliga Svenska Vetenskapsaka- 
demiens Handlingar, 9(1): 88 (a junior homonym of 
Anoplocephala Blanchard, 1848) (Heteroptera). Op. 1427 

ANTHIDI1DAE Ashmead, 1899, Transactions of the 
American Entomological Society, 26: 72 (type genus: 
Anthidium Fabricius, 1 804), ruled under the plenary power 
that this name and other family-group names based on 
Anthidium are to be given precedence over STELIDIDAE 
Schenck, 1860 and other family-group names based on 
Stelis Panzer, 1806 whenever their type genera are 
placed in the same family-group taxon (Hymenoptera). 
Op. 1713 

Anthidium Fabricius, 1804, Systema Piezatorum, p. 364 
(gender: neuter) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes .... p. 439: Apis 
manicata Linnaeus, 1758) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 



ANTHOPHORIDAE Dahlbom, 1835, Clavis novi 
hymenopterorum systematis ..., p. 5 (type genus: Anthophora 
Latreille, 1803), ruled under the plenary power that this 
name and other family-group names based on Anthophora 
are to be given precedence over EUCERIDAE Latreille, 
1802, XYLOCOPIDAE Latreille, 1802, CERATINIDAE 
Latreille, 1802 and NOMADIDAE Fallen, 1813 and other 
family-group names based on Eucera Scopoli, 1770, 
Xylocopa Latreille, 1802, Ceratina Latreille, 1802 and 
Nomada Scopoli, 1770 whenever their type genera are 
placed in the same family-group taxon (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1713 

Anthrenus Geoffroy, 1 762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 113 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, ruled under the plenary power to 
be by subsequent designation by Mroczkowski, 1968, 
Annales Zoologici, 26: 139: Dermestes scrophulariae 
Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

ANTHRIBIDAE Billberg, 1820, Enumeratio insectorum in 
museo Gust. Joh. Billberg, p. 39 (type genus: Anthribus 
Geoffroy, 1762), ruled under the plenary power that this 
name and other family-group names based on Anthribus 
are to be given precedence over CHORAGIDAE Kirby, 
1819 and other family-group names based on Choragus 
Kirby, 1819 whenever their type genera are placed in the 
same family-group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1756 

Anthribus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 306 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Jordan, 1931, Novitates Zoologicae, 36: 287: Anthribus 
fasciatus Forster, 1770) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

anthyllidis, Lycastes, Hiibner, [1819], Verzeichniss bekannter 
Schmettlinge, p. 118, and all uses of the name prior to that 
by Boisduval, 1828 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1391 

anthyllidis, Zygaena, Boisduval, [1828], Essai sur une 
Monographic des Zygenides, p. 78 (Lepidoptera). Op. 1391 

antinomia, Terebratula, Catullo, 1827, Saggio di Zoologia 
Fossile, Padua, p. 169, pi. 5, figs, p, r, s, t (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Brachiopoda). Op. 1466 

antipai, Styloptocuma, Bacescu & Muradian, 1974, Revue 
Roumaine de Biologie, 19: 71 (specific name of the type 
species of Styloptocuma Bacescu & Muradian, 1974) 
(Cumacea). Op. 1769 

antiqua, Belemnoteuthis, Pearce, 1847, London Geological 
Journal, 2: pis. 15-16 (specific name of the type species of 
Belemnotheutis Pearce, 1842) (Cephalopoda. Coleoidea). 
Op. 1914 

Antispila Hiibner, [1825], Verzeichniss bekannter Schmetter- 
linge, p. 419 (gender: feminine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Antispila stadtmuellerella Hiibner, 
[1825], a junior subjective synonym of Tinea metallella 
Penis & Schiffermuller], 1775) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1479 

Apeistus Motschulsky, 1840, Bulletin de la Societe Imperiale 
des Naturalistes de Moscou, 1840: 186 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1397 

Aphonopelma Pocock, 1901, Annals and Magazine of Natural 
History, (7)8(48): 553 (gender: neuter) (type species, by 
original designation: Eurypelma seemanni Pickard- 
Cambridge, 1897), ruled under the plenary power to be 
given precedence over Rhechostica Simon, 1892 whenever 
the two names are considered to be synonyms (Arachnida, 
Araneae). Op. 1637 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



apiata, Alauda, Vieillot, 1816, Nouveau dictionnaire d'histoire 
naturelle, Ed. 2, vol. 1, p. 342 (Aves). Op. 1859 

apii, Alysia, Curtis, 1826, British entomology, vol. 2, p. 141 
(specific name of the type species of Dapsilarthra Foerster. 
1862) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1424 

APISTINI Ganglbauer, 1899, Die Kdfer von Mitteleuropa, p. 
873 (invalid because based on a junior homonym, Apistus 
Agassiz, 1846) (Coleoptera). Op. 1397 

Apistus Agassiz, 1846, Nomenclatoris zoologici index 
universalis, p. 29 (a junior homonym of Apistus Cuvier in 
Cuvier & Valenciennes, 1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1397 

Apolybas Alvarenga, 1965, Boletim da Universidade Federal do 
Parana, Zoologia, 2(6): 81 (a junior objective synonym of 
Lybas Lacordaire, 1842) (Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

Aporcelaimus Thorne & Swanger, 1936, Capita Zoologica, 
6(4): 123 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Dorylaimus superbus de Man, 
1880) (Nematoda). Op. 1904 

Apterornis Owen, 1848, Proceedings of the Zoological Society 
of London, 16: 1 , ruled under the plenary power to be an 
incorrect original spelling of Aptornis (Aves). Op. 1874 

Aptornis Owen, 1848, Proceedings of the Zoological Society of 
London, 16: 1 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Dinornis otidiformis Owen, 1844), ruled under 
the plenary power to be the correct original spelling of 
Apterornis (Aves). Op. 1874 

APTORNITHIDAE Bonaparte, 1856, Comptes Rendus 
Hebdomadaires des Seances de I ' Academie des Sciences, 
Paris, 43: 109 (type genus: Aptornis Owen, 1848) (Aves). 
Op. 1874 

aquatica, Silpha, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 362 (specific name of the type species of 
Helophorus Fabricius, 1775) (Coleoptera). Op. 1724 

aquaticus, Oniscus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 637 (specific name of the type species of Asellus 
Geoffroy, 1762) (Isopoda). Op. 1754 

arbuscula, Dendritina, d'Orbigny, 1826, Annales des Sciences 
Naturelles, (1)7: 285 (specific name of the type species of 
Dendritina d'Orbigny, 1826) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1570 

arbuscula, Eudendrium, Wright, 1859, Edinburgh New 
Philosophical Journal, (n.s.)10: 113, ruled under the plenary 
power not to be invalid by reason of having been replaced 
before 1961 as a junior secondary homonym of Tubular ia 
arbuscula d'Orbigny, 1846 (Hydrozoa). Op. 1956 

arbuscula, Tubularia, d'Orbigny, 1846, Zoophytes in: Voyage 
dans I ' Amerique meridionale, vol. 5, part 4, p. 28 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Hydrozoa). Op. 1956 

Archarias Dejean, 1821, Catalogue de la collection de 
Coleopteres de M. le Baron Dejean, p. 86 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1449 

archytas, Papilio, Stoll, [1787], Aanhangsel van het werk de 
Uitlandsche Kapellen, p. 25, pi. 5, fig. 5 (senior subjective 
synonym of the specific name of Anteros axiochus 
Hewitson, [1867], the type species of Ourocnemis Baker, 
1887) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1381 

arcta, Sertularia, Dalyell, 1847, Rare and remarkable animals 
of Scotland, represented from living subjects: with practical 
observations on their nature, vol. 1 , p. 224 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Hydrozoa). Op. 1485 



arcticus, Platygaster, Zetterstedt, 1838, Insecta Lapponica 
descripta. Section 3, Diptera, p. 574 (specific name of the 
type species of Glabellula Bezzi, 1902) (Diptera). Op. 1545 

Arctocephalus Cuvier, 1826. Phoque in Cuvier. F. (Ed.). 
Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles, vol. 39 (Perroq - 
Phoq), p. 554 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Phoca pusilla 

Schreber, 1775) (Mammalia. Pinnipedia). Op. 1962 

arcuata, Anas, Horsfield, 1824, in: Zoological researches in 
Java, and the neighbouring islands, part 8, pi. [65], as 
defined by the lectotype (specimen no. 1880.1.1.2436 in the 
collections at Tring of the Natural History Museum. 
London) designated under the plenary power, ruled under 
the plenary power to be treated as the specific name of a 
then new nominal species (Aves, Anseriformes). Op. 1764 

arenarea, Motacilla, Wilkes, 1817, Encyclopaedia Londincnsis. 
vol. 16, p. 85 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves). Op. 1859 

arenicola, Holothuria, Semper, 1868, Reisen im Archipel der 
Philippinen II, vol. 1, p. 81 (Holothuroidea). Op. 1533 

arenosa, Bodotria, Goodsir, 1843, Edinburgh New 
Philosophical Journal, 34: 128 (specific name of the type 
species of Bodotria Goodsir, 1843) (Cumacea). Op. 1592 

argentea, Anniella nigra, Hunt, 1983, Copeia. 1983(1): 86 (a 
junior objective synonym of Anniella pulchra Gray. 1852) 
(Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1735 

argus, Anthias, Bloch, 1792, Naturgeschichte der Ausldndischen 
Fische, part 6, p. Ill (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes). Op. 1439 

argus, Cephalopholis, Schneider in Bloch & Schneider, 1801, 
Systema ichthyologiae, p. 311 (Osteichthyes). Op. 1439 

argyrocephala, Tachina, Meigen, 1824, Systematische 
Beschreibung der bekannten europaischen zweifliigeligen 
Insekten, vol. 4, p. 372 (valid subjective synonym of the 
specific name of Musca leucocephala Rossi, 1790, the type 
species of Metopia Meigen, 1803) (Diptera). Op. 1772 

Argyrodes Guenee, 1845, Annales de la Societe Entomologique 
de France, (2)3: 322, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Argyrodes Simon. 1864 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). 
Op. 1426 

Argyrodes Simon, 1864, Histoire naturelle des Araignees, Ed. 
1, p. 253 (gender: masculine) (type species, by tautonymy: 
Linyphia argyrodes Walckenaer, 1841) (Arachnida. 
Araneae). Op. 1426 

argyrodes, Linyphia, Walckenaer, 1841, Roret's Suites a 
Buff on, Apteres II, p. 282 (specific name of the type species 
of Argyrodes Simon, 1864) (Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1426 

ariminensis, Anomalina, d'Orbigny in Fornasini, 1902, 
Memorie della Reale Accademia della Scienze dell'Istituto di 
Bologna, Scienze Naturali, (5)10: 63. fig. 62, as defined by 
the holotype from Rimini, Italy (catalogue no. F0437 in the 
Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris) (specific 
name of the type species of Anomalina d'Orbigny, 1826) 
(Foraminiferida). Op. 1902 

ARMADILLIDAE Brandt, [1831], in Brandt & Ratzeburg, 
Medizinische Zoologie oder getreue Darstellung und 
Beschreibung der Thiere die in der Arzneimittellehre in 
Betracht kommen. in systematischer Folge herausgegeben, 
vol. 2, p. 80 (type genus: Armadillo Latreille, 1802) 
(Isopoda). Op. 1897 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



ARMADILLIDIIDAE Brandt, 1833, Bulletin de la Societe 
Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou, 6: 184 (type genus: 
Armadillidium Brandt in Brandt & Ratzeburg, [1831]) 
(Isopoda). Op. 1897 

Armadillidium Brandt in Brandt & Ratzeburg, [1831], Medi- 
zinische Zoologie oder getreue Darstelhmg und Beschreibung 
der Thiere die in der Arzneimittellehre in Betracht kommen, 
in systematischer Folge herausgegeben, vol. 2, p. 81 (gender: 
neuter) (type species, by subsequent designation by Fowler, 
1912, Report of the New Jersey State Museum, 1911: 225: 
Armadillidium commutatum Brandt in Brandt & Ratzeburg, 
[1831], a junior subjective synonym of Armadillo vulgaris 
Latreille, 1804) (Isopoda). Op. 1897 

Armadillo Cuvier, 1792, Journal d'Histoire Naturelle (Paris), 
2(13): 27, and all uses of the name prior to the publication 
of Armadillo Latreille, 1802 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority 
and the Principle of Homonymy) (Diplopoda). Op. 1897 

Armadillo Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle, generate et 
particuliere des crustaces et des insectes, vol. 3, p. 43 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Armadillo officinalis Dumeril, 1816) 
(Isopoda). Op. 1897 

armadillo, Oniscus, Linnaeus, 1758, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 637 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Isopoda). Op. 1897 

arnouxii, Gymnodactylus, Dumeril, 1851, Catalogue 
methodique de la collection des reptiles du Museum 
d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris, p. 44, ruled under the plenary 
power not to be given priority over the specific name of 
Heteronota pelagica Girard, 1857 whenever the two names 
are considered to be synonyms (Reptilia, Sauria). Op. 1647 

Arpidiphorus Ziegler in Dejean, 1821, Catalogue de la 
collection de coleopteres de M. le Baron Dejean, p. 47. ruled 
under the plenary power to be an incorrect original spelling 
of Aspidiphorus (Coleoptera). Op. 1862 

arquata, Kelaeno, Miinster, 1842, in Miinster, G. Graf zu 
(Ed.), Beitrage zur Petrefacten-Kunde, part 5, p. 96 (specific 
name of the type species of Muensterella Schevill, 1950) 
(Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1860 

articularis, Harpa, Lamarck, 1822, Histoire Naturelle des 
Animaux sans Vertebres, part 7, p. 256 (Gastropoda). Op. 
1518 

ascensionis, Caranx, Cuvier in Cuvier & Valenciennes, 1833, 
Histoire naturelle des poissons, vol. 9, p. 102 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1841 

Ascopora Trautschold, 1876, Nouveaux Memoires de la Societe 
Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou, 13: 367 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Ceriopora nodosa Fischer von Waldheim, 1837) 
(Bryozoa, Cryptostomata). Op. 1786 

Asellus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 2, p. 671 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent monotypy by 
Fourcroy, 1785, Entomologia Parisiensis, vol. 2, p. 541: 
Oniscus aquaticus Linnaeus, 1758) (Isopoda). Op. 1754 

ASPIDIPHORIDAE Kiesenwetter, 1877 (1859), 
Naturgeschichte der Insecten Deutschlands (W.F Erichson), 
vol. 1 (Coleoptera), part 5, Halfte 1, p. 198 (type genus: 
Aspidiphorus Ziegler in Dejean, 1821), ruled under the 
plenary power that this name and other family-group 
names based on Aspidiphorus are not to be given priority 
over SPHINDIDAE Jacquelin du Val, [1861] and other 
family-group names based on Sphindus Megerle in Dejean, 
1821 whenever their type genera are placed in the same 
family-group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1862 



Aspidiphorus Ziegler in Dejean, 1821, Catalogue de la 
collection de coleopteres de M. le Baron Dejean, p. 47 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Nitidula 
orbiculata Gyllenhal, 1808) (Coleoptera). Op. 1862 



Aspidophorus Agassiz, 1846, Nomenclatoris Zoologici Index 
Universalis ..., p. 36 (an unjustified emendation of 
Aspidiphorus Ziegler in Dejean, 1821 and a junior 
homonym of Aspidophorus Lacepede, [1801]) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1862 

Aspidophorus Lacepede, [1801], Histoire naturelle des poissons, 
vol. 3, p. 221 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, Scorpaeni- 
formes). Op. 1855 

assectella, Roeslerstammia, Zeller, 1839, his (von Oken), 
1839(3): col. 203 (specific name of the type species of 
Acrolepiopsis Gaedike, 1970) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1910 

assimilis, Curculio, Fabricius, 1775, Sy sterna Entomologiae, p. 
134, and all uses of the name prior to the publication of 
Curculio assimilis Paykull, 1792 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1529 

assimilis, Curculio, Paykull, 1792, Monographia Curculionum 
Sueciae, p. 69 (specific name of the type species of 
Ceutorhynchus Germar, 1824) (Coleoptera). Op. 1529 

Astacilla Cordiner, 1793, Remarkable ruins and romantic 
prospects of North Britain. With ancient monuments and 
singular subjects of natural history, pi. 4 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by subsequent designation by Fowler, 1912, 
Report of the New Jersey State Museum for 1911, p. 525: 
Oniscus longicornis J. Sowerby, 1805), ruled under the 
plenary power to be the correct original spelling of the 
name published as 'Astacillae' (Isopoda). Op. i 369 

Asthenotoma Harris & Burrows, 1891, The Eocene and 
Oligocene beds of the Paris Basin, p. 113 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by monotypy of the replaced nominal genus 
Oligotoma Bellardi, 1875: Pleurotoma meneghinii Mayer, 
1868) (Gastropoda). Op. 1792 

astoma, Volverella, Bory de St Vincent, [1827], in: Encyclopedic 
Methodique. Histoire naturelle des Zoophytes, ou Animaux 
rayonees, p. 782 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Ciliophora, Suctoria). Op. 
1778 

ater, Curculio, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 385 (specific name of the type species of Rhyncolus 
Germar, 1817) (Coleoptera). Op. 1655 

ater, Dytiscus, De Geer, 1774, Memoires pour servir a I'histoire 
des insectes, vol. 4, p. 401 (Coleoptera). Op. 1556 

ater, Dytiscus, Forster, 1771, Novae species Insectorum I, p. 54, 
and all uses of the name prior to the publication of 
Dytiscus ater De Geer, 1774 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority 
and the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1556 

Atheris Cope, 1862, Proceedings of the Academy of Natural 
Sciences of Philadelphia, 14: 337 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Loveridge, 1957, 
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard, 
117(2): 159: Vipera chloroechis Schlegel, 1855, a junior 
subjective synonym of Vipera chlorechis Pel, [1851]) 
(Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1634 

atlantica, Viquesnelia, Morelet, 1860, lies Acores. Notice sur 
I'histoire naturelle des Acores suivie d'une description des 
mollusques terrestres de cet Archipel, p. 139 (specific name 
of the type species of Plutonia Morelet in Stabile. 1864) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1880 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



atlanticus, Chrysops, Pechuman, 1949, Canadian Entomologist. 
81: 79 (Diptera). Op. 1711 

atlanticus, Scylliorhinus, Koefoed, 1927, Report of the 
Scientific Results of Michael Sars North Atlantic Deepsea 
Expedition 1910, 4(1): 18 (Chondrichthyes, 
Carcharhiniformes). Op. 1732 

Atramentarius Buckland & Agassiz, 1838, in Buckland, W., 
Geologie und Mineralogie in Beziehung zur naturlichen 
Theologie, vol. 2, pi. 44", fig. 7, footnote (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

atraria, Siboma, Girard, 1856, Researches upon the cyprinoid 
fishes inhabiting the freshwaters of the United States west of 
the Mississippi Valley, from specimens in the museum of the 
Smithsonian Institution, p. 44, first issued as a separate in 
September 1856; published in the Proceedings of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 8: 208 
between 30 September and 27 December 1856 
(Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1872 

atripes, Cassida, Le Conte, 1859, Smithsonian Contributions to 
Knowledge, 11(6): 28 (specific name of the type species of 
Strongylocassis Hincks, 1950, replacement name for 
Strongylaspis Spaeth, 1936) (Coleoptera). Op. 1453 

attenuates, Steno, Gray, 1846, The Zoology of the Voyage of 
H.M.S. 'Erebus' and 'Terror' during the years 1839 to 1843, 
vol. 1 (Mammalia, Birds), p. 44 (specific name of the type 
species of Stenella Gray, 1866) (Mammalia, Cetacea). Op. 
1660 

ATYDAE Abbott, 1954, American Seashells, p. 278 (an 
incorrect subsequent spelling of ATYDIDAE Thiele, 1925) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1553 

ATYDIDAE Thiele. 1925, Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der 
Deutschen Tiefsee-Expedition auf des Dampfer 'Valdivia' 
1898-1899. (Gastropoda), vol. 17, part 2, p. 265 (type 
genus: Atys de Montfort, 1810), spelling emended from 
ATYIDAE by the ruling under the plenary power that for 
the purposes of Article 29 of the Code the stem of the 
generic name Atys de Montfort, 1810 is ATYD- 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1553 

ATYIDAE Thiele, 1925, Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der 
Deutschen Tiefsee-Expedition auf des Dampfer 'Valdivia' 
1898-1899. (Gastropoda), vol. 17, part 2, p. 265, spelling 
emended to ATYDIDAE following the ruling under the 
plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the 
Code the stem of the generic name Atys de Montfort, 1810 
is ATYD- (Gastropoda). Op. 1553 

Atys de Montfort, 1810, Conchyliologie systematique, et 
classification methodique des coquilles. Coquilles Univalves, 
non cloisonnees, vol. 2, p. 342 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by original designation: Atys cymbulus de 
Montfort, 1810, a junior objective synonym of Bulla 
naucum Linnaeus, 1758) (Gastropoda). Op. 1553 

Auchenia Thunberg, 1792, Nova Acta Upsala, 5: 95, 116 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1382 

Audinetella Spinola, 1850, Tavola sinottica dei generi spettanti 
alia classe degli insetti arthrodignati Hemiptera Linn., Latr. 
RJiyngota Fabr, Rliynchota Burm., p. 86 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1742 

Augochlora Smith, 1853, Catalogue of hymenopterous insects in 
the collection of the British Museum, part 1 (Andrenidae 
and Apidae), p. 73 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Cockerell, 1923, Annals and 
Magazine of Natural History, (9)11: 448: Halictus purus 
Say, 1837) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1952 



AUGOCHLORINI Beebe, 1925, Zoologica, 6: 102 (type 
genus: Augochlora Smith, 1853), ruled under the plenary 
power that this name and other family-group names based 
on Augochlora are to be given precedence over 
OXYSTOGLOSSINI Schrottky,'l909 and other family- 
group names based on Oxystoglossa Smith. 1853 whenever 
their type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1952 

aurifer, Curculio, Drury, 1773. Illustrations of natural history. 
vol. 1, p. 380 (specific name of the type species of 
Lachnopus Schonherr, 1840) (Coleoptera). Op. 1451 

auris, Peneroplis, Defrance, 1824, Dictionnaire des Sciences 

Naturelles, vol. 32, p. 178 (specific name of the type species 
of Planularia Defrance, 1826) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1571 

aurismalchi. Helix, Muller, 1774, Vermium Terrestrium et 
Fluviatilium .... vol. 2, p. 112 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1662 

auritus, Labrus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 283 (specific name of the type species of Lepomis 
Rafinesque, 1819) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1684 

austeni, Simulium, Edwards. 1915, Bulletin of Entomological 
Research, 6: 33 (Diptera). Op. 1508 

australiensis, Trigoniza, Bolivar, 1 898, Annali del Museo Civico 
di Storia Naturale Giacomo Doria, 39: 95 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Orthoptera). Op. 1489 

australis, Microgaster, Thomson, 1895, Opuscula Enlomo- 
togica, p. 2241 (specific name of the type species of 
Microgaster Latreille, 1804) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1510 

Austrocochlea Fischer, 1885, Manuel de Conchyliologie et de 
Paleontologie conchy liologique, p. 820 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Monodonta constricta 
Lamarck, 1822) (Gastropoda). Op. 1930 

avara, Lara, Le Conte, 1852, Proceedings of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 6: 42 (specific name of the 
type species of Lara Le Conte, 1852) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1515 

avellanae, Calycophthora, Sorauer. 1886. Handbuch der 
Pflanzenkrankheiten, Ed. 2, vol. 1, p. 827, and all uses of 
the name prior to the publication of Phytoptus avellanae 
Nalepa, 1889 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Arachnida. Acarina). Op. 1521 

avellanae, Phytoptus, Nalepa. 1889. Sitzungsberichte der 
Akademie der Wissenschaften Mathematisch-Naturwissen- 
schaftliche Classe, Wien, 98(1): 126 (specific name of the 
type species of Phytoptus Dujardin, 1851) (Arachnida. 
Acarina). Op. 1521 

aygula, Simla, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10. vol. 
1, p. 27 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Mammalia, Primates). Op. 
1400 

AZINIDAE Walsingham, 1906, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (7)18: 177 (type genus: Azinis Walker. 
1863), ruled under the plenary power that this name and 
other family-group names based on Azinis are not to be 
given priority over ETHMIIDAE Busck, 1909 and other 
family-group names based on Ethmia Hubner. [1819] 
whenever their type genera are placed in the same family- 
group taxon (Lepidoptera). Op. 1544 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Azinis Walker, 1863, List of the specimens of lepidopterous 
Insects in the collection of the British Museum, part 28, p. 
541 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Azinis 
hilarella Walker. 1863) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1544 

azurea, Musca, Fallen, 1817, Kongliga Vetenskaps Akademiens 
Handlingar, 1816: 245, ruled under the plenary power to be 
as defined by the lectotype designated by Sabrosky, 1956, 
Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London, 
(B)25(9-10): 178 (specific name of the type species of 
Protocalliphora Hough, 1899) (Diptera). Op. 1618 

Bagre Cloquet, 1816, Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles, vol. 
4, pp. 52-53 (gender: masculine) (type species, by absolute 
tautonymy: Silurus bagre Linnaeus, 1766) (Osteichthyes, 
Siluriformes). Op. 1402 

bagre, Silurus, Linnaeus, 1766, Systema Naturae, Ed. 12, vol. 
1, p. 505 (specific name of the type species of Bagre 
Cloquet, 1816) (Osteichthyes, Siluriformes). Op. 1402 

BAGRIDAE Bleeker, 1858, Acta Societatis Scientiarum Indo- 
Neerlandicae, 4: 42 (type genus: Bagrus Bosc, 1816) 
(Osteichthyes, Siluriformes). Op. 1402 

Bagrus Bosc, 1816, Nouveau dictionnaire d'histoire naturelle, 
vol. 3, p. 147 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Bailey & Stewart, 1983, Bulletin 
of Zoological Nomenclature, 40: 169: Silurus bajad Forskal, 
1775) (Osteichthyes, Siluriformes). Op. 1402 

bahiensis, Pellonula, Steindachner, 1879, Sitzungsberichte der 
Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Wien, 80: 181, 
pi. 3, fig. 2, as defined by the lectotype (specimen no. NMV. 
76436:4, 76.5 mm SL, "Bucht von Bahia', Steindachner coll. 
in the Naturhistorisches Museum. Vienna) designated 
under the plenary power (Osteichthyes). Op. 1390 

bajad, Silurus, Forskal, 1 775, Descriptiones Animalium, avium, 
amphibiorum, piscum, insectorum, vermium, quae in itinere 
orientali observavit, p. 66 (specific name of the type species 
of Bagrus Bosc, 1816) (Osteichthyes, Siluriformes). Op. 
1402 

Balcis Leach in Gray, 1 847, Annals and Magazine of Natural 
History, 20(133): 271 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Balcis montagui Leach in Gray, 1 847, a junior 
subjective synonym of Strombiformis albus Da Costa, 
1778) (Gastropoda). Op. 1739 

Balitora Gray, 1830, Illustrations of Indian zoology, chiefly 
selected from the collection of General Hardwicke, vol. 1, 
part 3, pi. 88 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Jordan, 1919, The genera of 
fishes. Part 2. From Agassiz to Bleeker, 1833-1858, twenty- 
six years, with the accepted type of each, p. 178: Balitora 
brucei Gray, 1830) (Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1715 

BALITORIDAE Swainson, 1839, in Lardner (Ed.), The 
cabinet cyclopedia, vol. 2, p. 190 (type genus: Balitora Gray, 
1830) (Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1715 

balliston, Lampides, Hiibner, [1823], Zutrdge zur Sammlung 
exotischer Schmettlinge, p. 1 1 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1 527 

baltica, Rhipidocystis, Jaekel, 1901, Zeitschrift der Deutschen 
geologischen Gesellschaft , 52(4): 665, text-fig. 3 (specific 
name of the type species of Rhipidocystis Jaekel, 1901) 
(Eocrinoidea). Op. 1760 

banksii, Psittacus, Latham, 1790, Index Ornithologicus, sive 
systema ornithologiae ..., vol. 1, p. 107 (Aves, Psittaci- 
formes). Op. 1833 



barbata, Helix (Helicigona), Ferussac, 1832, Histoire naturelle 
generale el particuliere des mollusques terrestres et 
fluviatiles, Explication des planches des livraisons 22-27; pi. 
66*, fig. 3, confirmed by the Commission that the name is 
first available from Ferussac ( 1 832) and not from Ferussac 
(1821), as defined by the lectotype (specimen figured and 
named as H. (H.) barbata var. alpha by Ferussac, 1832) 
ruled, under the plenary power to be as designated by 
Gittenberger & Groh, 1986, Archiv fur Molluskenkunde, 
116: 222 (Gastropoda). Op. 1690 

Bathyarca Kobelt, 1891, Die Gattung Area L. In: Martini & 
Chemnitz Systematisches Conchylien Cabinet (Kiister, H.C., 
Ed.), vol. 8, part 2, p. 213 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
by original designation: Area pectunculoides Scacchi, 1834) 
(Bivalvia). Op. 1887 

Bathynomus Milne Edwards, 1879, Comptes Rendus de 
VAcademie des Sciences, Paris, 88: 21 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Bathynomus giganteus Milne 
Edwards, 1879), ruled under the plenary power to be given 
precedence over Palaega Woodward, 1870 whenever the 
two names are considered to be synonyms (Isopoda). Op. 
1668 

bauri, Coelurus, Cope, 1887, American Naturalist, 21: 368, as 
defined by the neotype (the articulated skeleton no. AMNH 
7224 in the American Museum of Natural History, New 
York) designated under the plenary power (specific name of 
the type species of Coelophysis Cope, 1889) (Reptilia, 
Saurischia). Op. 1842 

beadlei, Hapalorhynchus, Goodman, 1987, Transactions of the 
American Microscopical Society, 106: 80, as defined by the 
lectotype (specimen illustrated in Fig. 1 of Goodman, 1987, 
with the type locality 'near Kampala, Uganda' and the host 
'Pelusios sp.') designated under the plenary power, the 
holotype having been set aside under the plenary power 
(Trematoda, Digenea). Op. 1588 

Beanea Steindachner, 1902, Anzeiger der Akademie der 
Wissenschaften, Wien, 39: 337 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1481 

Belemnites Lamarck, 1799, Memoires de la Societe d' Histoire 
Naturelle de Paris, 1: 81 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Cephalopoda, 
Coleoidea). Op. 1721 

BELEMNITIDAE Owen, 1838, Transactions of the Zoo-, 
logical Society of London, 2(2): 127, ruled under the 
plenary power to be unavailable, the name of its type genus, 
Belemnites Lamarck, 1799, having been suppressed under 
the plenary power (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1721 

belemnitoeides, Orthoceras, Buckland, 1830, Edinburgh New 
Philosophical Journal, 8: 23 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Cephalopoda, 
Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

Belemnosepia Buckland & Agassiz, 1836, in Buckland, W. 
Neues Jahrbuch fiir Mineralogie, Geognosie, Geologie und 
Petrefaktenkunde, 1836: 39 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Cephalopoda, 
Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

BELEMNOSEPIIDAE Naef, 1921, Fauna und Flora des 
Golfes von Neapel, 35: 47 (invalid because the name of the 
type genus, Belemnosepia Buckland & Agassiz in Buckland, 
1836, has been suppressed) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 
1914 

Belemnoteuthis Pearce, 1847, London GeologicalJournal, 2: pis. 
15-16 (unavailable as an incorrect subsequent spelling of 
Belemnotheutis Pearce, 1842) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). 
Op. 1914 



10 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Belemnotheutis Pearce, 1842, Proceedings of the Geological 
Society of London, 3: 593 (gender: feminine) (type species. 
by subsequent monotypy by Pearce, 1847, London 
Geological Journal, 2: pis. 15-16: Belemnoteuthis antiqua 
Pearce, 1847) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

bellatrix, Phalaena, Stoll, 1780, in Cramer, Uitlandsche 
Kapellen (Papillons exotiques), vol. 4, p. 32, pi. 305, fig. F 
(specific name of the type species of Crinodes Herrich- 
Schaffer. 1855) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1378 

bellii, Liolaemus, Gray, 1845, Catalogue of the specimens of 
lizards in the collection of the British Museum, p. 212 
(Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1909 

bellii, Tropidolepis, Gray, 1831, in Griffith, E. & Pidgeon, E. 
(Eds.), The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its 
organization, by the Baron Cuvier, with additional 
descriptions of all the species hitherto named, and of many 
not before noticed, vol. 9 (Supplement), p. 44 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of both the 
Principle of Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1909 

bergeri, Semionotus, Agassiz, 1833, Recherches sur les poissons 
fossiles, vol. 2, part 1, p. 8 (specific name of the type species 
of Semionotus Agassiz, 1832) (Osteichthyes). Op. 1438 

berghausi, Conus, Michelotti, 1847, Natuurkundige Verhande- 
lingen van de Hollandsche Naatschappij der Wetenschappen 
te Haarlem, (2)3(2): 342, ruled under the plenary power to 
be given precedence over the specific name of Conus 
demissus Philippi, 1836 whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Gastropoda). Op. 1699 

bergstraesserella, Tinea, Fabricius, 1781, Species Insectorum, 
vol. 2, p. 302 (specific name of the type species of 
Glyphipterix Hiibner, [1825]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1418 

bernissartensis, Iguanodon, Boulenger in Beneden, 1881, 
Bulletin de I'Academie Royale des Sciences, des Lettres et 
des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Classe des Sciences, (3)1(5): 
606, as defined by the lectotype (skeleton Q, catalogue no. 
IRSNB 1534 in the Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles 
de Belgique, Brussels) designated under the plenary power 
(specific name of the type species of Iguanodon Mantell, 
1825) (Reptilia, Ornithischia). Op. 1947 

Berosus Leach, 1817, The zoological miscellany, vol. 3, p. 92 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Dytiscus 
luridus Linnaeus, 1761) (Coleoptera). Op. 1577 

BERYTIDAE Fieber, [1851], Abhandlungen der Koniglichen 
Bohmischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, 5(7): 189 (type 
genus: Berytus Fabricius, 1803. a junior objective synonym 
of Neides Latreille, 1802) (Heteroptera). Op. 1504 

Berytinellus Stichel, 1957, Illustrierte Bestimmungstabellen der 
Wanzen. II. Europa. ( Hemiptera-Heteroptera Europae), vol. 
4, Heft 2. Pentatomomorpha Lygaeoidea Piesmidae, 
Berytidae, Lygaeidae, part 1, p. 44 (a junior objective 
synonym of Lizinus Mulsant & Rey, 1870) (Heteroptera). 
Op. 1504 

Berytinus Kirkaldy, 1900, Entomologist, 33: 241 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by original designation: Cimex 
clavipes Fabricius, 1775), ruled under the plenary power to 
be given precedence over Lizinus Mulsant & Rey, 1 870 and 
Melorus Mulsant & Rey, 1870 whenever it and one of the 
other nominal genera are considered to be synonyms 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1504 

Berytus Fabricius, 1803, Systema Rhyngotorum, p. 264 (a 
junior objective synonym of Neides Latreille, 1802) 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1504 

Bhatia Distant, 1908, The fauna of British India including 
Ceylon and Burma, vol. 4 (Rhynchota), p. 357 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, confirmed by the Commission to be 
by monotypy: Eutettix olivaceus Melichar, 1903) 
(Homoptera). Op. 1819 



bibronii, Proctotretus, Bell, 1842, /';; Darwin, C. (Ed.), The 
zoology of the voyage o/H.M.S. Beagle, under the command 
of Captain Fitzroy, R.N., during the years 1832-1836, part 5, 
p. 6 (Reptilia. Squamata). Op. 1909 

bicincta, Eurymela, Erichson, 1842, Archiv fur Naturgeschichte, 
8(1): 286, as defined by the neotype (specimen in the 
Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu. Hawaii. U.S.A., 
labelled 'Sydney, N.S.W. Austr. m 1-1095; Coll. Koebele: 
type of E. bicinctellus Kirk: Eurymelias bicinctellus 544 
(Kirk.); neotype Eurymela bicincta (Erichson)') designated 
under the plenary power (specific name of the type species 
of Eurymeloides Ashmead, 1889) (Homoptera). Op. 1706 

bicinctaflava, Tenthredo, Christ. 1791. Naturgeschichte, 
Klassification unci Nomenclalur der Insekten vom Bienen. 
Wespen und Ameisengeschlecht, p. 442 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1602 

bicirrhosum, Ischnosoma, Cuvier. 1829, Le regne animal 
distribue d'apres son organisation pour servir de base a 
Vhistoire naturelle des animaux et d' introduction a 
I'anatomie comparee, Ed. 2, vol. 2, p. 328 (specific name of 
the type species of Osteoglossum Cuvier, 1829) 
(Osteichthyes, Osteoglossiformes). Op. 1621 

bicolor, Heteroclonium, Cope, 1896, Proceedings of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1896: 461 
(Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1482 

bifasciella, Elachista, Treitschke, 1833, in Ochsenheimer, Die 
Schmetterlinge von Europa, vol. 9, part 2, p. 182 (specific 
name of the type species of Elachista Treitschke, 1833) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1557 

biguttatus, Dytiscus, Gmelin, 1790, Caroli a Linne Systema 
Naturae, Ed. 13, vol. 1, part 4. p. 1959, and all uses of the 
name prior to the publication of Dytiscus biguttatus Olivier. 
1795 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1785 

biguttatus, Dytiscus, Olivier, 1795, Entomologie, ou histoire 
naturelle des insectes, vol. 3, no. 40, p. 26 (Coleoptera). Op. 
1785 

bihamata, Formica, Drury, 1773, Illustrations of natural 
history; wherein are exhibited ... figures of exotic insects, vol. 
2, p. 73, index (specific name of the type species of 
Polyrhachis Smith, 1857) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1919 

bilamellatus, Clausilia (Strobilis), Anton, 1839, Verzeichniss 
der Conchy lien welch sich in der Sammlung von H.E. Anton 
befinden, p. 46 (specific name of the senior subjective 
synonym of Tornatellina clausa Pfeiffer, 1842, the type 
species of Tornatellina Pfeiffer, 1842) (Gastropoda). 
Direction 119 

bilinearus, Polygnathus, Roundy, 1926, U.S. Geological Survey, 
Professional Paper no. 146, p. 13 (specific name of the type 
species of Gnathodus Pander, 1856) (Conodonta). Op. 1415 

bilobatus, Bellerophon, Sowerby, 1839, in Murchison. The 
Silurian System, founded on geological researches .... p. 643 
(specific name of the type species of Sinuites Koken. 1896) 
(Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

bilobatus, Physophyscus, Lesquereux, 1891, Proceedings of the 
U.S. National Museum, 13: 9 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Trace fossil, 
arthropod). Op. 1520 

bimaculatus, Elater, Fourcroy, 1785, Entomologia parisiensis 
.... part 1, p. 38, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Elater bimaculatus Rossi, 1790 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of both the 
Principle of Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1441 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



11 



bimaculatus, Elater, Rossi, 1790, Fauna etrusca ..., vol. 1, p. 
182 (specific name of the type species of Drasterius 
Eschscholtz, 1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1441 

bimaculatus, Labrus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 285, as defined by the holotype (catalogue no. 
NRM 7 in the Swedish Museum of Natural History, 
Stockholm) (specific name of the type species of 
Cichlasoma Swainson, 1839) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). 
Op. 1954 

bipunctatus, Mellinus, Fabricius, 1798, Entomologia 
systematica emendata et aucta ..., Supplementwn, p. 265 
(specific name of the type species of Prosopis Fabricius, 
1804) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

bipustulata, Tritoma, Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae 
..., p. 68 (specific name of the type species of Tritoma 
Fabricius, 1775) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

bipustulatus, Lyctus, Fabricius, 1792, Entomologia Systematica 
emendata et aucta, vol. 1, part 2, p. 503 (specific name of 
the type species of Rhizophagus Herbst, 1793) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1810 

bisulcatus, Belemnites, de Blainville, 1827, Memoire sur les 

Belemnites, considerees zoologiquement et geologiquement, 
p. 79 (senior subjective synonym of the specific name of 
Belemnites bruguierianus d'Orbigny, 1843, the type species 
of Passaloteuthis Lissajous, 1915) (Cephalopoda, 
Coleoidea). Op. 1721 

Blennocampa Hartig, 1837, Die Aderfliigler Deutschlands mit 
besonderer Berucksichtigung Hires Larvenzustandes und Hires 
Wirkens in Waldern und Garten fur Entomologen, Wald- und 
Gartenbesitzer ..., vol. 1, p. 266 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, ruled under the plenary power to be by subsequent 
designation by Rohwer, 1911, U.S. Department of 
Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Technical Series, 20(2): 
75: Tenthredo (Allantus) pusilla Klug, 1816, invalid senior 
objective synonym of Blennocampa phyllocolpa Viitasaari 
& Vikberg, 1985 (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

BLENNOCAMPENI Konow, 1890, Deutsche Entomologische 
Zeitschrift, 1890(2): 248 (type genus: Blennocampa Hartig, 
1837) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

blumenbachii, Calymena, Brongniart in Desmarest, 1817, 
Nouveau Dictionnaire d'Histoire Naturelle, Ed. 2, vol. 8, p. 
517 (specific name of the type species of Calymene 
Brongniart in Brongniart & Desmarest, 1822) (Trilobita). 
Op. 1433 

Bodotria Goodsir, 1843, Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, 
34: 128 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Bodotria arenosa Goodsir, 1843) (Cumacea). Op. 1592 

BODOTRIIDAE Scott, 1901, Annual Report of the Fishery 
Board for Scotland, 19: 273 (type genus: Bodotria Goodsir, 
1843) (Cumacea). Op. 1592 

Bohemilla Vejdovsky, 1883, Sitzungsberichte der Koniglichen 
Bohmischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften (Prag), 1883: 
218 (a junior homonym of Bohemilla Barrande, 1872 and a 
senior objective synonym of Vejdovskyella Michaelsen, 
1903) (Oligochaeta). Op. 1835 

Bohemillula Strand, 1928, Archiv fur Naturgeschichte, 92(A, 
8): 36 (a junior objective synonym of Vejdovskyella 
Michaelsen, 1903) (Oligochaeta). Op. 1835 

Boiga Fitzinger, 1826, Neue Classification der Reptilien nach 
ihren naturlichen Verwandtschaften, pp. 29, 60 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by Cope, 
1860, Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of 
Philadelphia, 1860: 264: Coluber irregularis Bechstein, 
1802) (Reptilia, Serpen tes). Op. 1374 

boleti, Chrysomela, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 371 (specific name of the type species of Diaperis 
Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 



boleti, Lytta, Marsham, 1802, Coleoptera Britannica, sistens 
insecta Coleoptera Britanniae indigena, p. 486 (specific name 
of the type species of Aderus Stephens, 1829) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1549 

Bollandia Reed. 1943, Annals and Magazine of Natural 
History, (11)10: 62 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
original designation: Asaphus globiceps Phillips, 1836) 
(Trilobita). Op. 1652 

bollensis, Loligo, Schiibler in Zieten, 1 832, Die Versteinerungen 
Wiirttembergs, Expeditum des Werkes 'Unsere Zeit', part 5, 
p. 34 (specific name of the type species of Geoteuthis 
Miinster, 1843) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

r>omb\ cilia Vieillot, [1808], Histoire naturelle des oiseaux de 
V Amerique septentrionale ..., vol. 1, p. 88 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Bombycilla cedrorum Vieillot, 
[1808]) (Aves, Passeriformes). Op. 1893 

Borborus Meigen, 1803, Magazin fur Insektenkunde (Illiger), 2: 

276 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1863 

borealis, Simulia, Zetterstedt, 1842, Arsberdttelse om 
Botaniska Arbeten och Upptackter for ar 1838, p. 515, ruled 
under the plenary power not to be given priority over the 
specific name of Simulia ferruginea Wahlberg, 1844 
whenever the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Diptera). Op. 1496 

borneensis, Tarentola, Gray, 1845, Catalogue of the specimens 
of lizards in the collection of the British Museum, p. 165 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1585 

Borophaga Enderlein, 1924, Entomologische Mitteilungen,8: 

277 (gender: feminine) (type species, by original 
designation: Phora flavimana Meigen, 1830, a junior 
subjective synonym of Phora femorata Meigen, 1830 by the 
first reviser action of Zetterstedt, 1848, Diptera 
Scandinaviae disposita et descripta, p. 2886) (Diptera). Op. 
1863 

boscii, Oryzaria, Defrance in Bronn, 1825, System der 
urweltlichen Pflanzenthiere, p. 44 (specific name of the type 
species of Alveolina d'Orbigny, 1826) (Foraminiferida). Op. 
1501 

Bostrichus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 301 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 431: 
Dermestes capucinus Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1754 

Box Gistel, 1848, Naturgeschichte des Thierreichs fur hohere 
Schulen, p. viii (an unnecessary replacement name for 
Aspidiphorus Ziegler in Dejean, 1821) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1862 

Brachyderes Schonherr, 1823, Isis (von Oken), 1823: col. 1140 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by original designation: 
Curculio incanus Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1440 

BRACHYDERINAE Schonherr, 1826, Curculionidum dispositio 
methodica ..., p. 10 (type genus: Brachyderes Schonherr, 
1823) (Coleoptera). Op. 1440 

Brachyomus Lacordaire, 1863, Histoire naturelle des insectes. 
Genera des Coleopteres ..., p. 130 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Wibmer & O'Brien. 
1986, Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute, no. 
39, p. 73: Curculio octotuberculatus Fabricius, 1787) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1493 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Brachyptera Newport. 1848, Proceedings of the Linnean 
Society, London, 1: 388 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Frison, 1929, Bulletin of the 
Illinois State Natural History Survey, 18: 373: Nemoura 
trifasciata Pictet, 1832) (Plecoptera). Op. 1916 

BRACHYPTERAINAE Zwick, 1973, Das Tierreich, 94: 308 
(type genus: Brachyptera Newport, 1848). spelling emended 
from BRACHYPTERINAE by the ruling under the 
plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the 
Code the stem of the generic name Brachyptera Newport, 
1848 is BRACHYPTERA- (Plecoptera). Op. 1916 

BRACHYPTERINAE Erichson. [1845], Naturgeschichte der 
Insecten Deutschlands, Abt. 1 (Coleoptera), vol. 3, p. 125 
(type genus: Brachypterus Kugelann, 1794), ruled under the 
plenary power that this name and other family-group 
names based on Brachypterus are not to be given priority 
over KATERETIDAE Erichson in Agassiz, [1846] and 
other family-group names based on Kateretes Herbst, 1 793 
whenever their type genera are placed in the same family- 
group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1916 

BRACHYPTERINAE Zwick, 1973, Das Tierreich, 94: 308, 
spelling emended to BRACHYPTERAINAE following the 
ruling under the plenary power that for the purposes of 
Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic name 
Brachyptera Newport, 1848 is BRACHYPTERA- 
(Plecoptera). Op. 1916 

Brachypterus Kugelann, 1794, Neuestes Magazinfur Liebhaber 
der Entomologie, 1(5): 560 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Thomson, 1859, 
Skandinaviens Coleoptera synoptiskt bearbetade, vol. 1, p. 
67: Dermestes urticae Fabricius, 1792) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1916 

brachyura, Sylvia, Vieillot, [1820], in Bonnaterre & Vieillot, 
Tableau encyclopaedique et methodique, trois regnes de la 
nature, ornithologie, vol. 2, p. 459 (Aves). Op. 1859 

brachyuris, Dorylaimus, de Man, 1880, Tijdschrift der 
Nederlandsche Dierkundige Vereeniging, 5: 83, as defined by 
the female lectotype (slide no. VAS 254 in the Zoological 
Museum, University of Amsterdam) designated by Loof, 
1961, Beaufortia, 8: 239 (specific name of the type species 
of Nygolaimus Cobb, 1913) (Nematoda). Op. 1876 

Brahmaea Walker, 1855, List of the specimens of lepidopterous 
insects in the collection of the British Museum, vol. 5, p. 
1200 (gender: feminine) (type species, confirmed by the 
Commission to be by subsequent designation by Hampson, 
[1893], The fauna of British India, including Ceylon and 
Burma, moths, vol. 1, p. 29: Bombyx certhia Fabricius, 
1793) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1698 

brandtii, Holothuria, Selenka, 1867, Zeitschrift fur 
Wissenschaftliche Zoologie, 17: 339 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Holothuroidea). Op. 1533 

brantsii, Euryotis, A. Smith, 1834, South African Quarterly 
Journal, 2: 150 (Mammalia, Rodentia). Op. 1586 

brasiliensis, Mugil, Spix in Spix & Agassiz, 1831, Selecta 
genera et species piscium quos in itinere per Brasiliam ..., 
part 2, p. 134 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). 
Op. 1787 

brattenburgicus, Craniolites, Schlotheim, 1820, Die Petre- 
factenkunde auf ihrem jetzigen Standpunkte, 1: 246 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1469 



brevimanus, Delphinus, Wagner. 1846. Die Sdugethiere in 
Abbildungen nach der Natur mil Beschreibungen von D. 
Johann Christian Daniel von Schreber, vol. 7 (Ruderfusser 
und Fischzitzthiere), pi. 361, fig. 2 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Mammalia, Cetacea). Op. 1660 

brevipalpis, Helophorus, Bedel. 1881. Annates de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, 6( Supplement): 301. ruled under 
the plenary power to be given precedence over the specific 
name of Helophorus creticus Kiesenwetter, 1858 whenever 
the two names are considered to be synonyms (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1629 

breviremis, Phyllodoce, de Quatrefages, 1865, Histoire 
Naturelle des Anneles Marins et d'Eau Douce, vol. 2, p. 132 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Polychaeta). Op. 1589 

Brius Dejean, 1821. Catalogue de la collection des Coleoptcres 
de M. le Baron Dejean, p. 92 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1474 

Brondelia Bourguignat, 1862, Revue et Magasin de Zoologie, 
(2)14: 20 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1410 

brooksi, Chagrinichnites, Feldmann. Osgood, Szmuc & 

Meinke, 1978, Journal of Paleontology, 52: 288 (Trace fossil, 
arthropod). Op. 1520 

brucei, Balitora, Gray, 1830, Illustrations of Indian zoology, 
chiefly selected from the collection of General Hardwicke, 
vol. 1, part 3, pi. 88, as defined by the neotype designated 
by Kottelat, 1988, Revue Suisse de Zoologie, 95(2): 491-492 
(specific name of the type species of Balitora Gray, 1830) 
(Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1715 

brucei, Trypanosoma, Plimmer & Bradford, 1 899, Proceedings 
of the Royal Society of London. 65: 280, ruled under the 
plenary power to be the correct original spelling of brucii 
(Mastigophora). Op. 1484 

BRUCHIDAE Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle, generate et 
particuliere, des crustaces et des insectes, vol. 3, p. 192 (type 
genus: Bruchus Linnaeus, 1767) (Coleoptera). Op. 1809 

Bruchus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1. p. 163. and all uses of 
the name prior to the publication of Bruchus Linnaeus. 
1767 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1809 

Bruchus Linnaeus, 1767, Systema Naturae, Ed. 12, vol. 1, part 
2, p. 604 (gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Latreille, 1810. Considerations generates sur 
Vordre naturel des animaux composant les classes des 
crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes. p. 430: Dermestes 
pisorum Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1809 

brucii. Trypanosoma, Plimmer & Bradford, 1899, Proceedings 
of the Royal Society of London, 65: 280. ruled under the 
plenary power to be an incorrect original spelling of brucei 
(Mastigophora). Op. 1484 

brunnea, Cubaris, Brandt, 1833. Bulletin de la Societe 
Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou, 6: 190 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Crustacea, Isopoda). Op. 1848 



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13 



brunneus, Lyctus, Fabricius, 1792, Entomologia systematica, 
vol. 1, part 2, p. 503 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1771 

brunneus, Xylotrogus, Stephens. 1830, Illustrations of British 
entomology. Mandibulata, vol. 3, p. 117 (specific name of 
the type species of Xylotrogus Stephens. 1830) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1771 

bubalus, Catostomus, Rafinesque, 1818, American Monthly 
Magazine and Critical Review, 3(3): 355 (specific name of 
the type species of Ictiobus Rafinesque, 1 820) (Osteichthyes, 
Cypriniformes). Op. 1582 

Bubo Dumeril, 1806, Zoologie analytique, p. 34 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent monotypy by 
Froriep, 1806, C. Dumeril 's analytische Zoologie aus dem 
franzosischen mit Zusatzen, p. 35: Strix bubo Linnaeus, 
1758) (Aves). Direction 122 

bubo, Strix, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1, 
p. 92 (specific name of the type species of Bubo Dumeril, 
1806) (Aves). Direction 122 

bucatus, Adianthiis, Ameghino, 1891, Revista Argentina de 
Historia Natural, 1: 134, as defined by the neotype 
(specimen no. A1812 in the Museo Argentino de Ciencias 
Naturales, described and figured by Ameghino, 1894, 
Boletin de la Academia National de Ciencias en Cordoba, 
13: 259-452 and 1897, Boletin del Instituto Geogrdfico 
Argentino, 18: 406-521, fig. 41) designated under the 
plenary power (specific name of the type species of 
Adianthus Ameghino, 1891) (Mammalia). Op. 1409 

buccatus, Conops, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 605 (specific name of the type species of Myopa 
Fabricius, 1775) (Diptera). Op. 1870 

Bucephalus Baer, 1827, Nova Acta Physico-Medica Academiae 
Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae Naturae Curiosorum, 13: 
570 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Bucephalus polymorphus Baer, 1827) (Trematoda). Op. 1717 

Bulbifer Dejean, 1821, Catalogue de la collection de Coleo- 
pteres de M. le Baron Dejean, p. 99 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1448 

Buprestis Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 
408 (gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under 
the plenary power: Buprestis octoguttata Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1784 

byronia, Phoca, de Blainville, 1820, Journal de Physique, de 
Chimie et d'Histoire Naturelle, 91: 287, 300 (first available 
subjective synonym of Phoca leonina Molina, 1782, the 
type species of Otaria Peron, 1816 and a junior primary 
homonym of Phoca leonina Linnaeus, 1758) (Mammalia, 
Pinnipedia). Op. 1962 

Byrrhus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 108, and all uses of 
the name prior to the publication of Byrrhus Linnaeus, 
1 767 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Byrrhus Linnaeus, 1767, Systema Naturae, Ed. 12, vol. 1, part 
2, p. 568 (gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur 
... les classes des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 
428: Dermestes pilula Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1754 

Cacatoes Dumeril, 1805, Zoologie analytique, ou methode 
naturelle de classification des animaux, pp. 50, 51 (sup- 
pressed under the plenary power for the purposes of the 
Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Aves, Psittaciformes). Op. 1949 



Cacatua Vieillot, 1817, in: Nouveau Dictionnaire d'Histoire 
Naturelle, vol. 17, p. 6 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Salvadori, 1891, in Sharpe, R.D. 
(Ed.), Catalogue of the birds in the collection of the British 
Museum, vol. 20, pp. 115, 124: Cacatua cristata Vieillot, 
1817, a junior subjective synonym of Psittacus albus 
Muller, 1776) (Aves, Psittaciformes). Op. 1949 

CACATUINAE Gray, 1840, A list of the genera of birds, with 
an indication of tlie typical species of each genus, p. 53 (type 
genus: Cacatua Vieillot. 1817) (Aves, Psittaciformes). Op. 
1949 

CACOSTERNINAE Noble. 1931, The Biology of the 
Amphibia, p. 540 (type genus: Cacosternum Boulenger, 
1887), ruled under the plenary power that this name and 
other family-group names based on Cacosternum are to be 
given precedence over HEMIMANTIDAE Hoffmann, 1878 
and other family-group names based on Hemimantis Peters, 
1863, but are not to be given priority over 
PETROPEDETINAE Noble. 1931 and other family-group 
names based on Petropedetes Reichenow, 1874 whenever 
their type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1921 

Cacosternum Boulenger, 1887, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (5)20: 51 (gender: neuter) (type species, by 
monotypy: Cacosternum nanum Boulenger, 1887) 
(Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1921 

Cacoxenus Loew, 1858, Wiener Entomologischen Monats- 
schrift, 2: 217 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Cacoxenus indagator Loew, 1858) (Diptera). Op. 
1879 

Caecilia Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 
229 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Dunn, 1942, Bulletin of the Museum of 
Comparative Zoology, Harvard, 91: 494: Caecilia 
tentaculata Linnaeus, 1758) (Amphibia, Gymnophiona). 
Op. 1462 

CAECILIAIDAE Rafinesque, 1814, Specchio delle scienze o 
Giornale Enciclopedico di Sicilia, 2: 104 (an emended 
spelling of CAECILIIDAE, adopted and placed on the 
Official List in Op. 1462 but deleted and placed on the 
Official Index in Op. 1830) (Amphibia, Gymnophiona). 
Ops. 1462, 1830 

CAECILIIDAE Kolbe, 1880, Stettiner Entomologische 
Zeitung, 41: 183, spelling emended to CAECILIUSIDAE 
by the ruling under the plenary power that for the purposes 
of Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic name. 
Caecilius Curtis, 1837 is CAECILIUS- (Psocoptera). Ops. 
1462, 1830 

CAECILIIDAE Rafinesque, 1814, Specchio delle scienze o 
Giornale Enciclopedico di Sicilia, 2: 104 (type genus: 
Caecilia Linnaeus, 1758) (Amphibia, Gymnophiona). Ops. 
1462, 1830 

Caecilius Curtis, 1837, British entomology ..., p. 648 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Mockford, 1969, Transactions of the American 
Entomological Society, 95: 78: Caecilius fenestratus Curtis, 
1837, a junior subjective synonym of Psocus fuscopterus 
Latreille, 1799) (Psocoptera). Op. 1462 

CAECILIUSIDAE Kolbe, 1880, Stettiner Entomologische 
Zeitung, 41: 183 (type genus: Caecilius Curtis, 1837), 
spelling emended from CAECILIIDAE by the ruling under 
the plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the 
Code the stem of the generic name Caecilius Curtis, 1837 is 
CAECILIUS- (Psocoptera). Ops. 1462, 1830 

caedemadens, Cassida, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei 
zoologici ditissimi Hamburgi. d. HI. Februar 1 796 auctionis 
lege distrahendi. Sectio Tertia. Continens Insecta, p. 65, 
ruled under the plenary power to be available despite 
having been published in a suppressed work (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1820 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Caeparia Stal, 1877, Ofversigt af Vetenskaps-Akademiens 
Forhandlingar. Stockholm, 34(10): 37 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Panesthia saussurii Wood-Mason, 1876) (Dictyoptera). Op. 
1373 

caeruleus. Helioses, Cuvier, 1830, Histoire Naturelle des 
Poissons, vol. 5, p. 497 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, 
Perciformes). Op. 1563 

caesa, Agathis, Klug, 1835, in Waltl, Reise durch Tyrol 
Oberitalien und Piermont nach den siidlichen Spanien, vol. 2, 
p. 89 (specific name of the type species of Disophrys 
Foerster, 1862) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1531 

calcar, Calcarina, d'Orbigny, 1839, in de la Sagra, Histoire 
physique, politique et naturelle de Vile de Cuba, p. 81 
(Foraminiferida). Op. 1464 

calcaratus, Hemlmantis, Peters, 1863, Monatsberichte der 
Kbniglichen Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu 
Berlin, 1863: 452, issued in the serial in 1 864 but published 
as a separate in 1863 (specific name of the type species of 
Hemimantis Peters, 1863) (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1921 

Calcarina d'Orbigny, 1826, Annales des Sciences Naturelles, 
(1)7: 276 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Parker & Jones, 1859, Annals and Magazine 
of Natural History, (3)3: 482: Nautilus spengleri Gmelin, 
1791) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1569 

Caliroa A. Costa, 1859, Imenotteri. Part 3a (Trivellarti 
sessiliventri) in Costa, O., Fauna del Regno Napoli, part 5 
(Imenotteri), p. 59 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Caliroa sebetia A. Costa, 1859, a junior 
subjective synonym of Tenthredo (Allantus) cinxia Klug, 
1816) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

CALIROINI Benson, 1938, Transactions of the Entomological 
Society of London, 87(15): 368 (type genus: Caliroa A. 
Costa, 1859) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

Callianidea H. Milne Edwards, 1837, Histoire naturelle des 
crustaces, comprenant I'anatomie, la physiologie et la 
classification de ces animaux, vol. 2, p. 319 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Callianidea typa H. 
Milne Edwards, 1837) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1522 

CALLIANIDEINAE De Man, 1928, Siboga Expeditions 
Monograph, 39(a6): 30 (type genus: Callianidea H. Milne 
Edwards, 1837) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1522 

callida, Dorippe, Fabricius, 1798, Entomologia systematica ... 
Supplementum, p. 362 (specific name of the type species of 
Neodorippe Serene & Romimohtarto, 1969) (Crustacea, 
Decapoda). Op. 1437 

Callisea Dana, 1852, Proceedings of the Academy of Natural 
Sciences, Philadelphia, 6: 1 1 (a junior objective synonym of 
Callianisea H. Milne Edwards, 1837) (Crustacea, 
Decapoda). Op. 1522 

Callitroga Brauer, 1883, Denkschriften der Akademie der 
Wissenschaften. Wien. Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaft- 
liche Klasse, 47: 74 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1399 

Callorhinus Gray, 1859, Proceedings of the Zoological Society 
of London, 1859: 359 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Phoca ursina Linnaeus, 1758) (Mammalia, 
Pinnipedia). Op. 1962 

Callotaria Palmer, 1892, Proceedings of the Biological Society 
of Washington, 7: 156 (a junior objective synonym of 
Callorhinus Gray, 1859) (Mammalia, Pinnipedia). Op. 1962 



Calymena Desmarest, 1817, Nouveau Dictiotmaire d Histoire 
Naturelle. Ed. 2. vol. 8, p. 517 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Trilobita). Op. 1433 

Calymene Brongniart in Brongniart & Desmarest. 1822. 
Histoire naturelle des Crustaces fossiles, p. 1 1 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by Milne 
Edwards, 1844, in Cuvier, Le regne animal. Disciples 
edition, vol. 18, pi. 80, figs. 1. la, lb: Calymena blumen- 
bachii Brongniart in Desmarest. 1817) (Trilobita). Op. 1433 

CALYMENIDAE Milne Edwards. 1840, Histoire naturelle des 
Crustaces, in: Roret's Suites a Buffon, vol. 3, p. 293 (type 
genus: Calvmene Brongniart in Brongniart & Desmarest. 
1822) (Trilobita). Op. 1433 

camelopardalis, Cervus, Linnaeus, 1758. Systema Naturae. Ed. 
10. vol. 1, p. 66 (specific name of the type species of Giraffa 
Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 1894 

cameronensis, Perropedetes, Reichenow, 1874, Archiv fur 

Naturgeschichte, 40(1.3): 290 (specific name of the type 

species of Petropedetes Reichenow, 1874) (Amphibia, 
Anura). Op. 1921 

camillus, Papilio, Cramer, [1780], De uitlandsche Kapellan 
voorkomende in de drie Waerelddeelen Asia, Africa en 
America, vol. 4, part 25, p. 20 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). 
Op. 1917 

camillus, Papilio, Fabricius, 1781, Species Insectorum .... vol. 2. 
p. 11 (Lepidoptera). Op. 1917 

campanula, Distoma, Dujardin, 1844, Histoire naturelle des 
helminthes ou vers intestinaux, p. 435 (Trematoda). Op. 1717 

campbelli, Bothrops, Freire Lascano, 1991, Dos nuevas especies 
de Bothrops en el Ecuador (Serpientes venenosas). p. 2, as 
defined by the male holotype (specimen no. INHMT 1956 
in the herpetological collection of the Instituto Nacional de 
Higiene y Medicina Tropical 'Leopoldo Izquieta Perez". 
Guayaquil, Ecuador) (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1939 

Campeloma Rafinesque. 1819, Journal de Physique, de Chimie. 
d'Histoire Naturelle, 88: 423 (gender: neuter) (type species, 
by monotypy: Campeloma crassula Rafinesque. 1819) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1931 

campestris, Andrena, Eversmann, 1852, Bulletin de la Sociiti 
Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou, 25(2) no. 3: 20 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1511 

Campylirhynchus Dejean, 1821, Catalogue de la Collection des 
Coleopteres de M. le Baron Dejean, p. 84 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1529 

cancroides, Acarus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10. 
vol. 1, p. 616 (specific name of the type species of Chelifer 
Geoffroy, 1762) (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpionida). Op. 1542 

Candida, Folsomia, Willem, 1902, Annales de la Societe 
Entomologique de Belgique, 46: 280 (specific name of the 
type species of Folsomia Willem, 1902) (Collembola). Op. 
1431 

candidum, Didemnum, Savigny. 1816, Memoires sur les 
animaux sans vertebres, part 2, pp. 14. 194 (specific name of 
the type species of Didemnum Savigny, 1816) (Tunicata, 
Ascidiacea). Op. 1412 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



15 



candiota, Helix, Pfeiffer, 1849, Die Schnirkelschnecken 
(Gattung Helix) in Abbildungen nach der Natur mit 
Beschreibungen, in Kiister (Ed.), Systematisches 
Conchylien- Cabinet von Martini una 1 Chemnitz, vol. 1, part 
12, p. 255 (specific name of the type species of Xeromunda 
Monterosato, 1892) (Gastropoda). Op. 1719 

canifrons, Chrysops, Walker, 1848, List of the specimens of 
dipterous insects in the collection of the British Museum, 
part 1, p. 197 (suppressed under the plenary power for Strix 
hudsonia Gmelin, 1788, the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Diptera). Op. 1711 

caparoch, Strix, Miiller, 1766, Des Ritters C. von Linne's ... 
vollstdndige Natursystem ..., Supplement, p. 69 (valid 
specific name at the time of the Commission's ruling of 
Strix hudsonia Gmelin, 1788, the type species of Surnia 
Dumeril, 1806) (Aves). Direction 122 

capensis, Algyra, A. Smith, 1838, Magazine of Natural History 
and Journal of Zoology, Botany, Mineralogy, Geology and 
Meteorology, 2: 94 (senior subjective synonym of 
Ichnotropis macrolepidota Peters, 1854, the type species of 
Ichnotropis Peters, 1854) (Reptilia, Sauria). Op. 1422 

capensis, Gebia major, Krauss, 1843, Die Siidafrikanischen 
Crustaceen. Eine Zusammenstellung alter bekannten 
Malacostraca ..., p. 54, as defined by the neotype (the 
female specimen from Saldanha Bay, South Africa, no. 
14895 in the South African Museum, Cape Town) 
designated under the plenary power (Crustacea, 
Decapoda). Op. 1753 

caperans, Brachycerus, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei 
zoologici ditissimi Hamburgi, d. HI. Februar 1796 auctionis 
lege distrahendi. Sectio Tertia. Continens Insecta, p. 55, 
ruled under the plenary power to be available despite 
having been published in a suppressed work (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1820 

capillaceus. Pectunculus, da Costa, 1778, British Conchology, p. 
187 (a junior objective synonym of the specific name of 
Venus exoleta Linnaeus, 1758) (Bivalvia). Op. 1414 

capucinus, Dermestes, Linnaeus, 1758, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 355 (specific name of the type species of 
Bostrichus Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Capys Hewitson, [1865], Illustrations of Diurnal Lepidoptera. 
Lycaenidae. (Supplement), vol. 1, p. 59 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Papilio alpheus Cramer, [1777]) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1398 

caraboides, Scarabaeus, Linnaeus, 1758, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 354 (specific name of the type species of 
Plarycerus Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Caragolus Monterosato, 1884, Nomenclatura generica e 
specifica di alcune conchiglie mediterranee, p. 43 (a junior 
objective synonym of Osilinus Philippi, 1847 and of 
Trochocochlea Morch, 1852) (Gastropoda). Op. 1930 

CARCHARIIDAE Miiller & Henle, [1839], Systematische 
Beschreibung Plagiostomen, p. xvii, correction of 
CARCHARIAE (type genus: Carcharias Rafinesque, 1810), 
ruled under the plenary power that this name and other 
family-group names based on Carcharias are not to be 
given priority over ODONTASPIDIDAE Miiller & Henle, 
[1839] and other family-group names based on Odontaspis 
Agassiz, 1838 whenever their type genera are placed in the 
same family-group taxon (Chondrichthyes, Lamniformes). 
Op. 1459 

Carcinion Jarocki, 1 825, Zoologia czyli zwierzetopismo Ogolne, 
podlug Ndynowszego Systematu, vol. 5, p. 108 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1575 



Carcinochelis Fieber, 1861. Die europaischen Hemiptera 
Halbfliigler ( Rhynchota Heteroptera). Nach der analytis- 
chen Methode Bearbeitet, p. 34 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Carcinochelis alutaceus Handlirsch, 1897) (Heteroptera). 
Op. 1641 

carinata, Phyllophis, Gtinther, 1864, The reptiles of British 
India, p. 295, ruled under the plenary power not to be 
invalid by reason of having been replaced before 1961 as a 
junior secondary homonym of Coluber carinatus Linnaeus, 
1758 (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1867 

carnivora, Musca, Fabricius, 1794, Entomologia systematica 
emendata et aucta ..., vol. 4, p. 313 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Diptera). Op. 1670 

carolinensis, Anolis, Voigt, 1832, in Cuvier, Das Thierreich ... 
Nach der zweiten ... Ausgabe ubersetzt und dwell Zusatze 
erweitert von F.S. Voigt, p. 71 (specific name of the type 
species of Anolis Daudin, 1802) (Reptilia, Sauria). Op. 1385 

carteri, Palaega, Woodward, 1870, Geological Magazine, 7: 
496 (specific name of the type species of Palaega 
Woodward, 1870) (Isopoda). Op. 1668 

carthami, Papilio, Hubner, [1813], Sammlung europaischer 
Schmetterlinge, vol. 1, pi. 143 (Lepidoptera). Op. 1599 

Cassidella Hofker, 1953, The Micropaleontologist, 7(1): 26 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1834 

castaneum, Colydium, Herbst, 1797, Natursystem aller 
Insecten: die Kdfer, vol. 7, p. 282 (specific name of the type 
species of Tribolium MacLeay. 1825) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1495 

Castiarina Gory & Laporte, 1837, Histoire naturelle et 
iconographie des insectes coleopteres, publiee par 
monographies separees. Texte vol. 2. Suite aux Buprestides, 
p. 22 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Barker, 1979, Transactions of the Royal 
Society of South Australia, 103: 1 : Stigmodera pertii Gory 
& Laporte, 1837) (Coleoptera). Op. 1628 

Catacus Rafinesque, 1815, Analyse de la Nature, ou Tableau de 
TUnivers et des Corps Organises, p. 64 (suppressed under' 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Aves, Psittaciformes). Op. 1949 

cataphractus, Cottus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 264 (specific name of the type species of 
Agonus Bloch & Schneider, 1801) (Osteichthyes, 
Scorpaeniformes). Op. 1855 

catarractus, Cycloderes, Sahlberg, 1823, Periculi entomo- 
graphici ..., pp. 21, 83 (specific name of the type species of 
Cycloderes Sahlberg, 1823) (Coleoptera). Op. 1440 

Cathammistes Illiger, 1807, Magazin fur Insektenkunde, 6: 297 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1891 

catulloi, Terebratula, Pictet, 1867, Melanges Paleontologiques, 
vol. 1(3), p. 202 (Brachiopoda). Op. 1466 

caucasicus, Androctonus, Nordmann, 1840, Notice sur les 
scorpions de la faune pontique. In: Voyage dans la Russie 
meridionale et la Crimee, par la Hongrie, la Valachie et la 
Moldavie, execute en 1837 ..., vol. 3, p. 731 (Arachnida, 
Scorpiones). Op. 1933 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



caucasicus, Aradus, Kolenati, 1857, Bulletin de la Societe 
Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou, 29(4): 438, as defined 
by the neotype (male specimen labelled '( 1 ) Derbent; (2) 13' 
in the Jakovlev collection in the Zoological Institute, 
Russian Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg, Russia) 
designated under the plenary power (Heteroptera). Op. 
1783 

caucasius, Scorpio, Fischer von Waldheim, 1813, Zoognosia 
tabulis synopticis illustrata ..., Ed. 3, vol. 1, p. 401 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Arachnida, Scorpiones). Op. 1933 

caudatum, Strombidion, Fromentel, 1876, Etudes sur les 
microzoaires on infusoires proprement dits comprenant de 
nouvelles recherches sur lew organisation, lew classification 
et la description des especes nouvelles ou pen connues, p. 264, 
pi. 24, figs. 7-8 (Ciliophora, Oligotrichida). Op. 1955 

CECILINIA Rafinesque, 1814, Specchio delle scienze o 
Giornale Enciclopedico di Sicilia, 2: 104 (an incorrect 
original spelling of CAECILIIDAE) (Amphibia, 
Gymnophiona). Ops. 1462, 1830 

cedrorum, Bombycilla, Vieillot, [1808], Histoire naturelle des 
oiseaux de VAmerique septentrionale .... vol. 1, p. 88 
(specific name of the type species of Bombycilla Vieillot, 
[1808]) (Aves, Passeriformes). Op. 1893 

CELAENIDAE Naef, 1922, Die fossilen Tintenfische, p. 150 
(an incorrect subsequent spelling of KELAENIDAE Naef, 
1921) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1860 

Celaeno Wagner, 1860, Abhandlungen der Mathemat.- 
Physikalischen Classe der koniglich bayerischen Akademie 
der Wissenschaften, 8(3): 779 (a junior objective synonym 
of Kelaeno Miinster, 1842 and a junior homonym of 
Celaeno Rafinesque-Schmaltz, 1815) (Cephalopoda, 
Coleoidea). Op. 1860 

cellaris, Dermestes, Scopoli, 1763, Entomologia Carniolica, p. 
16 (specific name of the type species of Cryptophagus 
Herbst, 1792) (Coleoptera). Op. 1810 

Cenobita H. Milne Edwards, 1837, Histoire naturelle des 
Crustaces, vol. 2, p. 238 (an incorrect subsequent spelling of 
Coenobita Latreille, 1829) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1575 

Cenobites Berthold, 1827, Latreille 's Natiirliche Familien des 
Thierreichs, p. 263 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Crustacea, Decapoda). 
Op. 1575 

CENOBITIDAE Dana, 1851, Proceedings of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 5: 269 (an incorrect 
original spelling of COENOBITIDAE) (Crustacea, 
Decapoda). Op. 1575 

Centronotus Lacepede, 1801, Histoire naturelle des poissons, 
vol. 3, p. 309, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Centronotus Bloch & Schneider, 1801 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1799 

cephalotes, Halictus, Dalla Torre, 1896, Catalogus Hymeno- 
pterorum, vol. 10, p. 57 (valid replacement of the specific 
name of Halictus cephalicus Robertson, 1892, the type 
species of Paralictus Robertson, 1901) (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1882 

cephalotes, Tenthredo, Fabricius, 1781, Species Insectorwn .... 
vol. 1, p. 408 (specific name of the type species of 
Megalodontes Latreille, 1802) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1829 

Ceratites de Haan, 1825, Monographiae Ammoniteorum et 
Goniatiteorum Specimen, p. 39 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Ammonites nodosus Schlotheim, 1813) (Cephalopoda, 
Ammonoidea). Op. 1806 



ceratophthalmus, Phacops, Goldfuss, 1843, Neues Jahrbuch fur 

Mineralogie, Geologic und Paldontologie. 1834: 564 (specific 
name of the type species of Cyphaspis Burmeister, 1843) 
(Trilobita). Op. 1434 

Cerocoma Geoffroy. 1 762. Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 357 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent monotypy by 
Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae, p. 262: Meloe 
schaefferi Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Ceroplesis Serville, 1 835, Annates de la Societe Entomologique 
de France, 4: 93 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Lamia aethiops 
Fabricius. 1775) (Coleoptera). Op. 1407 

certhia, Bombyx, Fabricius, 1793. Entomologia systematica 
emendata et aucta, vol. 3, part 1. p. 412 (specific name of 
the type species of Brahmaea Walker, 1855) (Lepidoptera). 
Op. 1698 

Cerylon Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle generate et 
particuliere des crustaces el des insectes, vol. 3, p. 205 
(gender: neuter) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Lyctus histeroides Fabricius. 1792) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1811 

CERYLONIDAE Billberg. 1820, Enumeratio Insectorwn in 
Museo Gust. Joh. Billberg. p. 47 (type genus: Cerylon 
Latreille, 1802), ruled under the plenary power that this 
name and other family-group names based on Cerylon are 
not to be given priority over COLYDIIDAE Erichson, 1 842 
and other family-group names based on Colydium 
Fabricius, 1792 whenever their type genera are placed in the 
same family-group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1811 

Cetiosauriscus Huene, 1927, Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae, 
20(3): 453 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Cetiosauriscus stewarti Charig. 
1980) (Reptilia, Sauropodomorpha). Op. 1801 

Ceutorhynchus Germar, 1824, Insectorwn species novae aut 
minus cognitae, p. 214 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
ruled under the plenary power to be by subsequent 
designation by Thomson, 1859, Skandinaviens Coleoptera. 
vol. 1, p. 140: Curculio assimilis Paykull, 1792) (Coleo- 
ptera). Op. 1529 

Chagrinichnites Feldmann, Osgood, Szmuc & Meinke, 1978. 
Journal of Paleontology, 52: 288 (gender: masculine) (Trace 
fossil, arthropod). Op. 1520 

Chamaepsila Hendel, 1917, Deutsche Entomologische Zeit- 
schrift (Berlin), 1917: 37 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
original designation: Musca rosae Fabricius, 1794) 
(Diptera). Op. 1938 

Cheilosia Meigen, 1822, Systematische Beschreibung der 
bekannten ewopdischen zweiftugeligen Insekten, vol. 3, p. 
296 (gender: feminine) (type species, ruled under the plenary 
power to be by subsequent designation by Coquillett, 1910, 
Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 37: 521: 
Syrphus flavipes Panzer, 1798) (Diptera). Op. 1744 

Cheilosia Panzer, [1809], Faunae insectorwn germanicae initio 
oder Deulschlands Insecten, Heft 108. p. 14, and all uses of 
the name prior to the publication of Cheilosia Meigen, 
1822 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1744 

Cheiridium Menge, 1855, Neueste Schriften der 
Natwforschenden Gesellschaft, 5(2): 36 (gender: neuter) 
(type species, by subsequent designation by Simon, 1879, 
Les arachnides de France, vol. 7 (Les ordres des chernetes, 
scorpiones et opiliones), p. 43: Chelifer museorum Leach, 
1817) (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpionida). Op. 1697 



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17 



Cheirurus Beyrich, 1845, Ueber einige bohmischen Trilobiten, p. 
5 (gender: masculine) (type species, ruled under the plenary 
power to be by subsequent designation by Barton, 1913. 
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard, 
54(21): 547: Cheirurus insignis Beyrich, 1845) (Trilobita). 
Op. 1435 

chelicornis, Solpuga, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei 
zoologici ditissimi Hamburgi, d. III. Februar 1796 auctionis 
lege distrahendi. Sectio Tenia. Continens Insecta, p. 218, 
ruled under the plenary power to be available despite hav- 
ing been published in a suppressed work (specific name of 
the type species of Solpuga Lichtenstein, 1796) (Solifugae). 
Op. 1820 

Chelifer Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 2, p. 617 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 424: 'Scorpio 
cancroides Fabricius, 1775' (= Acarus cancroides Linnaeus, 
1758), ruled under the plenary power to be available 
(Arachnida, Pseudoscorpionida). Op. 1542 

CHELIFERIDAE Westwood, 1838, The Entomologist's text 
book; an introduction to the natural history, structure, 
physiology and classification of Insects, including the 
Crustacea and Arachnida, p. 145 (type genus: Chelifer 
Geoffroy, 1762) (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpionida). Op. 1542 

Chelonus Panzer, 1806, Kritische Revision der Insektenfaune 
Deutschlands, nach dem System bearbeitet, vol. 2, p. 99 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Curtis, 1837, British entomology, vol. 14, p. 
672: Ichneumon oculator Fabricius, 1775) (Hymenoptera). 
Op. 1546 

Chilosia Agassiz, 1846, Nomenclatoris Zoologici Index 
Universalis, p. 80 (an unjustified emendation of Cheilosia 
Meigen, 1822) (Diptera). Op. 1744 

Chloralictus Robertson, 1902, Canadian Entomologist, 34: 245 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by original designation: 
Halictus cressonii Robertson, 1890), ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over Paralictus 
Robertson, 1901 whenever the two names are considered to 
be synonyms (Hymenoptera). Op. 1882 

chlorechis, Vipera, Pel, [1851], Nederlandsch Tijdschrift voor 
Jagtkunde, 1: 172 (senior subjective synonym of the specific 
name of Vipera chloroechis Schlegel, 1855, the type species 
of Atheris Cope, 1862) (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1634 

Chlorima Germar, 1817, Magazin der Entomologie, 2: 341 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1642 

Chloroechis Bonaparte, 1849, Proceedings of the Zoological 
Society of London, 1849: 145 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia, 
Serpentes). Op. 1634 

Chlorophanus Sahlberg, 1823, Periculi entomographici, species 
insectorum nondum descriptas proposituri, fasciculus, p. 4 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Chlorophanus fallax Sahlberg, 1823, a junior subjective 
synonym of Curculio excisus Fabricius, 1801) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1642 

Choerodes Leidy, 1852, Proceedings of the Academy of Natural 
Sciences of Philadelphia, 6: 52 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 1393 

Choeropsis Leidy, 1852, Journal of the Academy of Natural 
Sciences of Philadelphia, (2)2: 213 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Hippopotamus liberiensis Morton, 
1849) (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 1393 



Cholus Germar, 1824, Insectorum, species novae out minus 
cognitae, descriptionibus illustratae, vol. 1, Coleoptera, p. 
212 (gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Schonherr, 1826, Curculionidum dispositio 
methodica, p. 20: Cholus albicinctus Germar, 1824) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1449 

CHORAGIDAE Kirby, 1819, Transactions of the Linnean 
Society of London, 12: 447 (type genus: Choragus Kirby, 
1819), ruled under the plenary power that this name and 
other family-group names based on Choragus are not to be 
given priority over ANTHRIBIDAE Billberg, 1820 and 
other family-group names based on Anthribus Geoffroy, 
1762 whenever their type genera are placed in the same 
family-group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1756 

Choragus Kirby, 1819, Transactions of the Linnean Society of 
London, 12: 447 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Choragus sheppardi Kirby, 1819) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1756 

chordatus, Stylephorus, Shaw, 1791, Philosophical Transactions 
of the Royal Society of London, 1: 90 (specific name of the 
type species of Stylephorus Shaw, 1791) (Osteichthyes, 
Saccopharyngiformes). Op. 1603 

chrishna, Ammonites, Forbes, 1846, Transactions of the 
Geological Society, London, 7: 103, ruled under the plenary 
power not to be given priority over the specific name of 
Ammonites neubergicus Hauer, 1858 whenever the two 
names are considered to be synonyms (Cephalopoda, 
Ammonoidea). Op. 1519 

Chromadora Bastian, 1865, Transactions of the Linnean 
Society of London, 25: 167 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
by designation under the plenary power: Chromadora 
nudicapitata Bastian, 1865) (Nematoda). Op. 1815 

Chromis Cuvier in Desmarest, 1814, Bulletin des Sciences, par 
la Societe Philomatique de Paris, (3)1: 88 (gender, as 
confirmed by the Commission: feminine) (type species, by 
original designation: Sparus chromis Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1417 

chromis, Sparus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 280 (specific name of the type species of Chromis 
Cuvier in Desmarest, 1814) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). 
Op. 1417 

CHROMODORIDIDAE Bergh, 1892, Malacologische 
Untersuchungen in Reisen im Archipel der Philippinen von 
Dr C Semper, section 2, vol. 3, part 18, p. 1103, correction 
of CHROMODORIDAE (type genus: Chromodoris Alder. 
& Hancock, 1855) (Gastropoda). Op. 1375 

Chromodoris Alder & Hancock, 1855. Monograph of the 
British nudibranchiate Mollusca, Appendix, p. xvii (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Doris magniflca 
Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) (Gastropoda). Op. 1375 

chrysis, Lygaeus, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei zoologici 
ditissimi Hamburgi, d. HI. Februar 1796 auctionis lege 
distrahendi. Sectio Tenia. Continens Insecta, p. 109, ruled 
under the plenary power to be available despite having been 
published in a suppressed work (Heteroptera). Op. 1820 

Chrysitella Zeller, 1839, Ms (von Oken), 1839(3): col. 203 (an 
unused objective synonym of Roeslerstammia Zeller, 1839) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1910 

Chrysobothris Eschscholtz, 1829, Zoologischer Atlas, 
enthaltend Abbildungen und Beschreibungen neuer Thierarten 
... auf der Russisch-Kaiserlichen Kriegsschlupp Predpriaetie 
in den Jahren 1823-1826, part 1, p. 9 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by subsequent designation by Westwood, 
[1838], Synopsis of the genera of British insects, p. 24 
(published with An introduction to the modern classification 
of insects ..., vol. 1, part 3, pp. 113-160): Buprestis 
chrysostigma Linnaeus, 1758), ruled under the plenary 
power to be the correct original spelling of Chrysobotris 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1784 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Chrysobotris Eschscholtz, 1829, Zoologischer Atlas, enthaltend 
Abbildungen und Beschreibungen neuer Thierarten ... auf der 
Russisch-Kaiserlichen Kriegsschlupp Predpriaetie in den 
Jahren 1823-1826, part 1, p. 9, ruled under the plenary 
power to be an incorrect original spelling of Chrysobothris 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1784 

Chrysoclista Stainton, 1854, Insecta Britannica, Lepidoptera, 
p. 240 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Fletcher, 1928, Catalogue of Indian Insects, 
part 16, p. 25: Phalaena linneella Clerck, 1759) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1418 

chrysomelinus, Staphylinus, Linnaeus, 1758, Sy sterna Naturae, 
Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 423 (specific name of the type species of 
Tachyporus Gravenhorst, 1802) (Coleoptera). Op. 1743 

Chrysomyia Macquart, 1834, Histoire naturelle des Insectes. 
Dipteres, vol. 2, p. 262 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1443 

chrysopterus, Scarus, Bloch & Schneider, 1801, Sy sterna 
Ichthyologiae iconibus ex illustration, p. 286 (specific name 
of the type species of Sparisoma Swainson, 1839) 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1945 

chrysoscelis, Hyla femora lis. Cope, 1880, Bulletin of the United 
States National Museum, 17: 29, as defined by the neotype 
(specimen no. 37293 in the Texas Natural History 
Collection, University of Texas at Austin) designated under 
the plenary power (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1716 

chrysostigma, Buprestis, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 409 (specific name of the type species of 
Chrysobothris Eschscholtz, 1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1784 

chrysothorax, Vespa, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei 
zoologici ditissimi Hamburgi, d. III. Februar 1796 auctionis 
lege distrahendi. Sectio Tertia. Continens Insecta, p. 203, 
ruled under the plenary power to be available despite 
having been published in a suppressed work 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1820 

CHTENOPTERYGIDAE Grimpe, 1922, Sitzungsberichte der 
naturforschenden Gesellschaft zu Leipzig, 45-48 (1918-1921): 
45 (type genus: Chtenopteryx Appellof, 1890) (corrected 
original spelling of CTENOPTERYGIDAE) (Cephalo- 
poda, Coleoidea). Op. 1793 

Chtenopteryx Appellof, 1 890, Bergens Museums Aarsberetning, 
1889(33): 3 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Chtenopteryx fimbriatus Appellof, 1890, a junior subjective 
synonym of Sepioteuthis sicula Verany, 1851), spelling 
confirmed as correct by the Commission (Cephalopoda, 
Coleoidea). Op. 1793 

Cichlasoma Swainson, 1839, The natural history of fishes, 
amphibians and reptiles, or monocardian animals, vol. 2, p. 
230 (gender: neuter) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Labrus bimaculatus Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1954 

cichorii, Meloe, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 419 (specific name of the type species of Mylabris 
Fabricius, 1775) (Coleoptera). Op. 1809 

cincta, Domomyza, Rondani, 1856, Dipterologiae italicae 
prodromus. 1. Genera italica ordinis Dipterorum ordinatim 
disposita et distincta et in families et stirpes aggregata, p. 
121 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1879 

cinereus, Oniscus, Zenker in Panzer, 1799, Fauna insectorum 
Germanicae initio, oder Deutschlands Insecten ..., Heft 62, 
no. 22 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Isopoda). Op. 1897 



cingulata, Actia, Robineau-Desvoidy. 1830. Memoircs 
presentes par divers Savants a I' Academic Royale des 
Sciences de I'Institut de France, vol. 2. p. 86 (specific name 
of the type species of Elfia Robineau-Desvoidy, 1850) 
(Diptera). Op. 1432 

cinnabarina, Meloe, Scopoli, 1763, Entomologia carniolica, p. 

60 (specific name of the senior subjective synonym of 
Cucujus depressus Fabricius, 1775, the type species of 
Cucujus Fabricius. 1775) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

cinnamopterum, Tetropium, Kirby, 1837. in Richardson. Fauna 
Boreali-Americana, part 4, p. 174 (specific name of the type 
species of Tetropium Kirby, 1837) (Coleoptera). Op. 1473 

cinxia, Tenthredo (Allantus), Klug, 1816. Magazin. Gesellschaft 
Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin. 8( 1 ): 69-70 (senior 
subjective synonym of Caliroa sebelia A. Costa. 1859. the 
type species of Caliroa A. Costa, 1859) (Hymenoptera). 
Op. 1963 

circularis, Coccinella, Olivier. 1791. Encyclopedic Methodique. 
Histoire Naturelle. Insectes, vol. 6, p, 62 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1693 

circumluteola, Banksinella luteolateralis, Theobald. 1908, 
Entomologist, 41: 107 (Diptera). Op. 1775 

Cistela Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 115 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

citrinus. Motacilla, Wilkes, 1817, Encyclopaedia Londinensis. 
vol. 16, p. 78 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves). Op. 1859 

clathrata. Haliotis, Lichtenstein, 1794, Catalogus return 
naturalium rarissimum. Sectio secunda continens Conchylia, 
item mineralia, ligna exotica, et arte parata. p. 105. and all 
uses of the name prior to the publication of Haliotis 
clathrata Reeve, 1846 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1950 

clathrata, Haliotis. Reeve, 1846, Conchologia Iconica, vol. 3, 
Monograph of the genus Haliotis, pi. 17, fig. 71 (Gastro- 
poda). Op. 1950 

Clausilia Draparnaud. 1 805. Histoire naturelle des Mollusques 
terrestres et fluviatiles de la France, p. 24 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by designation under the plenary power: Pupa 
rugosa Draparnaud, 1801) (Gastropoda). Op. 1455 

CLAUSOCALANIDAE Giesbrecht, 1892, Fauna und Flora 
des Golfes von Neapel, vol. 19, p. 185 (type genus: Clauso- 
calanus Giesbrecht. 1888) (Copepoda). Op. 1503 

Clausocalanus Giesbrecht, 1888. Atti della Accademia 
Nazionale del Lincei. Rendiconti, (4)4(2): 334 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Calanus 
masrigophorus Claus, 1863) (Copepoda). Op. 1503 

clavatus, Conchiosaurus, Meyer, [1833], Museum Senckcn- 
bergianum. Abhandlungen aus dem Gebiete der beschric- 
benden Naturgeschichte, 1(1): 8 (specific name of the type 
species of Conchiosaurus Meyer. [1833]) (Reptilia, 
Sauropterygia). Op. 1907 

Clavella Oken, 1815, Lehrbuch der Naturgeschichte, vol. 3 
(Zoologie), part 1, p. 358 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
ruled under the plenary power to be valid by monotypy: 
Lernaea uncinata Miiller, 1776. a junior subjective synonym 
of Lernaea adunca Strom, 1762). ruled under the plenary 
power to be available despite having been published in a 
rejected work (Copepoda). Op. 1817 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



19 



clavicornis, Dermestes, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 355 (senior subjective synonym of Tenebrio 
hirticomis De Geer, 1775, the type species of Orthocerus 
Latreille, 1796) (Coleoptera). Op. 1811 

clavifrons, Calymene, Dalman, 1827, Kungliga Svenska 
Vetenskapsakademiens Handlingar, 1826: 75 (specific name 
of the type species of Cyrtometopus Angelin, 1854) 
(Trilobita). Op. 1434 

clavigera, Cidaris, Mantell, 1822, The fossils of the South 
Downs; or illustrations of the geology of Sussex, p. 194 
(specific name of the type species of Tylocidaris Pomel, 
1883) (Echinoidea). Op. 1458 

clavipes, Ciraex, Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae, p. 729 
(specific name of the type species of Berytinus Kirkaldy, 
1900) (Heteroptera). Op. 1504 

Clidastes Cope, 1868, Proceedings of the Academy of Natural 
Sciences of Philadelphia, 20: 181 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Clidastes 
propython Cope, 1869) (Reptilia, Sauria). Op. 1750 

clintonensis, Graptolites, Hall, 1843, Geology of New York. 
Part IV Survey of the Fourth Geological District, p. 74, and 
all uses of the name prior to the publication of 
Graptolithus clintonensis Hall, 1852 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Graptolithina). 
Op. 1730 

clintonensis, Graptolithus, Hall, 1852, Palaeontology of New 
York. Volume II, containing descriptions of the organic 
remains of the Lower Middle Division of the New York 
System, p. 39, as defined by the lectotype (specimen no. 
30951 in the American Museum of Natural History, New 
York, U.S.A., figured by Hall, 1852, pi. A17, fig. la) 
designated by the Commission (Graptolithina). Op. 1730 

cloropus, Curculio, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 385 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1655 

clymenoides, Johnstonia, Quatrefages, [1866 (summer)], Histoire 
naturelle des anneles marins et d'eau douce. Annelides et 
gephyriens, vol. 2, p. 244, as defined by the lectotype 
(specimen A(R)-1868, no. 239b in the Quatrefages 
collection in the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, 
Paris) designated by Mackie & Gobin, 1993, Zoologica 
Scripta, 22: 231 (specific name of the type species of 
Johnstonia Quatrefages, 1866) (Polychaeta). Op. 1807 

clypeatus, Pagurus, Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa Insectorum, vol. 
1, p. 328 (specific name of the type species of Coenobita 
Latreille, 1829) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1575 

Cnetha Enderlein, 1921, Deutsche Tierdrztliche Wochenschrift , 
29: 199 (gender: feminine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Simulium vernum Macquart, 
1826) (Diptera). Op. 1416 

COBITIDAE Swainson, 1839, in Lardner, The Cabinet 
Cyclopedia, vol. 2, p. 190 (type genus: Cobitis Linnaeus, 
1758), spelling emended from COBITIDIDAE by the 
ruling under the plenary power that for the purposes of 
Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic name Cobitis 
Linnaeus, 1758 is COBIT- (Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). 
Op. 1500 

Cobitis Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 303 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Cobitis taenia Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1500 

coccinea, Cantharis, Linnaeus, 1761, Fauna Suecica, Ed. 2, p. 
202 (specific name of the type species of Pyrochroa 
Geoffrey, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 



Coccobius Ratzeburg, 1 852, Die Ichneurnonen der Forstinsecten 
in forstlicher und entomologischer Beziehung, vol. 3, p. 195 
(gender: masculine) (type genus, by subsequent designation 
by Gahan & Fagan, 1923, Bulletin of the United States 
National Museum, 124: 37: Coccobius annulicornis 
Ratzeburg, 1852) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1646 

Cochliomyia Townsend, 1915, Journal of the Washington 
Academy of Sciences, 5: 644 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by original designation: Musca macellaria 
Fabricius, 1775) (Diptera). Op. 1399 

Coeliodes Schonherr, 1837, Genera et Species Curculionidum, 
vol. 4, p. 282 (gender: masculine) (type species, by original 
designation: Curculio quercus Fabricius, 1787, a junior 
primary homonym replaced by Curculio dryados Gmelin, 
1790) (Coleoptera). Op. 1529 

Coeloides Wesmael, 1838, Nouveaux Memoires de VAcademie 
Roy ale des Sciences et Belles-Lettres de Bruxelles, 11: 59 
(gender: masculine) (type species, ruled under the plenary 
power to be by subsequent designation by Telenga, 1936, 
Faune de I'URSS (Institut Zoologique de VAcademie des 
Sciences de I'URSS), 5(2): 74: Coeloides scolyticida 
Wesmael, 1838) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1530 

Coelophysis Cope, 1889, American Naturalist, 23: 626 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by Hay, 
1930, Second bibliography and catalogue of the fossil 
Vertebrata of North America, vol. 2, p. 186: Coelurus bauri 
Cope, 1887) (Reptilia, Saurischia). Op. 1842 

Coenobita Latreille, 1829, Les Crustaces, les Arachnides et les 
Insectes, distribues en families naturelles, ouvrage formant les 
tomes 4 et 5 celui de M. le baron Cuvier sur le regne animal, 
Ed. 2, p. 77 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Pagurus clypeatus Fabricius, 1787) (Crustacea, Decapoda). 
Op. 1575 

COENOBITIDAE Dana, 1851, Proceedings of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 5: 269, correction by 
Ortmann, 1892, Zoologische Jahrbucher (Systematik, 
Geographic und Biologie ) , 6: 271, of CENOBITIDAE (type 
genus: Coenobita Latreille, 1829) (Crustacea, Decapoda). 
Op. 1575 

Coenomyia Latreille, 1 796, Precis des caracteres generiques des 
insectes, disposes dans un ordre naturel, p. 159 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent monotypy by 
Latreille, [1802], Histoire naturelle, generate et particuliere 
des crustaces et des insectes, vol. 3, p. 439: Musca ferruginea 
Scopoli, 1763) (Diptera). Op. 1870 

coffeae, Lecanium, Walker, 1852, List of the specimens of 
homopterous insects in the collection of the British Museum, 
part 4, p. 1079 (specific name of the type species of 
Saissetia Deplanche, 1859) (Homoptera). Op. 1627 

coffeae, Saissetia, Deplanche, 1859, Messager de Tahiti, 
Papeete, 8(no. 9): 7 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Homoptera). Op. 1627 

colbert i, Rioarribasaurus, Hunt & Lucas, 1991, Palaeonto- 
logische Zeitschrift, 65: 191 (a junior objective synonym of 
Coelurus bauri Cope, 1887) (Reptilia, Saurischia). Op. 1842 

coleoptrata, Sigara, Fabricius, [1777], Genera insectorum 
eorumque characteres naturales secundum numerum, figuram 
..., p. 298, as defined by the lectotype designated by 
Jansson, 1986, Acta Entomologica Fennica, 47: 20 (specific 
name of the type species of Cymatia Flor, 1860) 
(Heteroptera). Ops. 1650, 1794 

Colletes Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle des fourmis, p. 423 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Apis 
succincta Linnaeus. 1758) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 



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COLLETIDAE Lepeletier, 1841, Histoire naturelk des 
insectes, Hymenopteres, vol. 2, p. 295 (type genus: Colletes 
Latreille, 1802), ruled under the plenary power that this 
name and other family-group names based on Colletes are 
to be given precedence over PROSOPIDIDAE Fallen, 1813 
and HYLAEIDAE Viereck, 1916 (1813) and other family- 
group names based on Prosopis Fabricius, 1804 and 
Hylaeus Fabricius, 1793 whenever their type genera are 
placed in the same family-group taxon (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1713 

coloboptera, Vespa, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei 
zoologici ditissimi Hamburgi, d. Ill Februar 1 796 auctionis 
lege distrahendi. Sectio Tenia. Continens Insecta, p. 202, 
ruled under the plenary power to be available despite 
having been published in a suppressed work (Hymeno- 
ptera). Op. 1820 

Colomerus Newkirk & Keifer, 1971, Eriophyid Studies, C-5, 
Agriculture Research Service, U.S. Department of 
Agriculture, p. 6 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
original designation: Eriophyes gardeniella Keifer, 1964) 
(Arachnida, Acarina). Op. 1521 

Colon Herbst, 1797, Natursystem alter bekannten in- und 
ausldndischen Insekten. Der Kafer, part 7, p. 224 (gender: 
neuter) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Thomson, 1859, Skandinaviens Coleoptera, synoptiskt 
bearbetade, vol. 1, p. 60: Colon viennensis Herbst, 1797), 
ruled under the plenary power to be the correct original 
spelling of Kolon (Coleoptera). Op. 1810 

Colubraria Schumacher, 1817, Essai d'un nouveau systeme des 
habitations des vers testaces ..., p. 76 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Colubraria granulata 
Schumacher, 1817) (Gastropoda). Op. 1765 

colus, Murex, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1, 
p. 753 (specific name of the type species of Fusinus 
Rafmesque, 1815) (Gastropoda). Op. 1765 

COLYDUDAE Erichson, 1842, Archiv fur Naturgeschichte, 8: 
213 (type genus: Colydium Fabricius, 1792), ruled under the 
plenary power that this name and other family-group 
names based on Colydium are to be given precedence over 
CERYLONIDAE Billberg, 1820 and ORTHOCERINI 
Blanchard, 1845 (1820) and other family-group names 
based on Cerylon Latreille, 1802 and Orthocerus Latreille, 
1796 whenever their type genera are placed in the same 
family-group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1811 

Colydium Fabricius, 1792, Entomologia Systematica, vol. 1, 
part 2, p. 495 (gender: neuter) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur 
Vordre naturel des animaux composant les classes des 
crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 431: Bostrichus 
elongatus Fabricius, 1787) (Coleoptera). Op. 1811 

comata, Bohemilla, Vejdovsky, 1883, Sitzungsberichte der 
Koniglichen Bohmischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften 
(Prag), 1883: 218 (specific name of the type species of 
Vejdovskyella Michaelsen, 1903) (Oligochaeta). Op. 1835 

complanatus, Lumbricus, Duges, 1828, Annates des Sciences 
Naturelles, 15: 289 (specific name of the type species of 
Octodrilus Omodeo, 1956) (Oligochaeta). Op. 1403 

Compylirhynchus Hummel, 1823, Essais Entomologiques, vol. 
1, no. 3, p. 24 (an incorrect subsequent spelling of 
Campylirhynchus Dejean, 1821) (Coleoptera). Op. 1529 

concava, Orbulites, Lamarck, 1816, Histoire naturelle des 
animaux sans vertebres, vol. 2, p. 197 (specific name of the 
type species of Orbitolina d'Orbigny, 1850) (Fora- 
miniferida). Op. 1587 

Conchella Gray, 1848, List of the specimens of British animals 
in the collection of the British Museum. Part 1. Centroniae 
or radiated animals, p. 88 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Hydrozoa). Op. 
1485 



Conchiosaurus Meyer. [1833], Museum Senckenbergianum. 
Abhandlungen aus dem Gebiete der beschriebenden 

Naturgeschichte. 1(1): 8 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by monotypy: Conchiosaurus clavatus Meyer. [1833]). ruled 
under the plenary power not to be given prority over 
Nothosaurus Miinster, 1834 whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Reptilia. Sauropterygia). Op. 
1907 

confluens, Corisa, Fieber, 1851, Species generis Corisa. p. 18, a 
preprint from Abhandlungen der Koniglichen Bohmischen 
Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, (5)7: 230; 1852 (Hetero- 
ptera). Op. 1795 

conglobator, Oniscus, Pallas, 1766, Miscellanea zoologica, p. 
194 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Isopoda). Op. 1574 

Coniporus Thomson, 1859. Skandinaviens Coleoptera. 
synoptiskt bearbetade, vol. 1, p. 90 (a junior objective 
synonym of Aspidiphorus Ziegler in Dejean. 1821) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1862 

connubialis, Catocala, Guenee, 1852, Histoire naturelle des 
insectes. Species general des Lepidopteres, vol. 7 
(Noctuelites), part 3, p. 105 (Lepidoptera). Op. 1774 

conocephali, Cryptothrips, Karny. 1913, Bulletin du Jardin 
Botanique de Buitenzorg, 2: 98 (specific name of the type 
species of Eugynothrips Priesner, 1926) (Thysanoptera). Op. 
1442 

constricta, Monodonta, Lamarck, 1822, Histoire naturelle des 
animaux sans vertebres, vol. 7 (Histoire des mollusques). p. 
36 (specific name of the type species of Austrocochlea 
Fischer, 1885) (Gastropoda). Op. 1930 

conyza"e, Euribia, Hering, 1933, Amateur de Papillons, 6: 309, 
ruled under the plenary power not to be given priority over 
the specific name of Euribia jaceana Hering, 1935 whenever 
the two names are considered to be synonyms (Diptera). 
Op. 1619 

Coppinia Hassall, 1848, Zoologist, 6: 2223 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Hydrozoa). Op. 1485 

Copris Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 87 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 428: 
Scarabaeus lunaris Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Coproica Rondani, 1861, Dipterologiae italicae prodromus. 
Species Italicae ordinis Dipterorum .... vol. 4, p. 10 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Limosina acutangula Zetterstedt, 1847) (Diptera). 
Op. 1839 

Coprophilus Latreille, 1829, Le regne animal .... (Ed. Cuvier), 
Ed. 2, vol. 4, p. 439 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Staphylinus striatulus 
Fabricius, 1792) (Coleoptera). Op. 1722 

Coptorhinus Dejean, 1833, Catalogue des coleopteres de la 
collection de M. le Comte Dejean, Ed. 2. part 2, p. 152 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1838 

Coptorhinus Guerin Meneville, [1838], Crustaces, arachnides et 
insectes. In Duperrey (Ed.), Voyage autour du monde ... sur 
la corvette de Sa Majeste, La Coquille. pendant les armies 
1822, 1823, 1824 et 1825 ... Zoologie, vol. 2, part 2, p. 72 (a 
junior homonym of Coptorhinus Dejean, 1833) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1838 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



21 



cor, Terebratula, Bruguiere, 1792, Choix des memoires ... 
formant les collections du Journal d'Histoire naturelle, vol. 1, 
p. 425 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1466 

coriacea, Meladema, Laporte. 1835, Etudes entomologiques, ou 
description d'insectes nouveaux; et observations sur la 
synonymie, part 1, p. 98 (specific name of the type species 
of Meladema Laporte, 1835) (Coleoptera). Op. 1725 

coriarius, Cerambyx, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 389 (specific name of the type species of 
Prionus Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Cornalatus Attems, 1931, Zoologica Stuttgart, 30(79): 40 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Cornalatus permutatus Attems, 1938) 
(Diplopoda, Polydesmida). Op. 1498 

corrugata, Gryphaea, Say, 1823, in James, Account of an 
expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains, 
performed in the years 1819 and '20, under the command of 
Major Stephen H. Long, vol. 2, p. 410 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Bivalvia). Op. 1635 

corticalis, Curculio, Paykull, 1792, Monographia curculionum 
sueciae, p. 41 (senior subjective synonym of Curculio 
lymexylon Fabricius, 1792, the type species of Dryophthorus 
Germar, 1824) (Coleoptera). Op. 1448 

coryli, Phytoptus, Frauenfeld, 1865, Verhandlungen der 
kaiserlich-koniglichen zoologisch-botanischen Gesellschaft in 
Wien, 15: 263 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Arachnida, Acarina). Op. 
1521 

coryligallarum, Phytoptus, Targioni-Tozzetti, 1885, Atti della 
R. Accademia economiche-agrario dei Georgofili di Firenze, 
1885: 32 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Arachnida, Acarina). Op. 
1521 

Coryphium Stephens, 1834, Illustrations of British entomology, 
Mandibulata, vol. 5, p. 344 (gender: neuter) (type species, 
by monotypy: Coryphium angusticolle Stephens, 1834) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1597 

costata, Zanclea, Gegenbaur, 1856, Zeitschrift fur Wissen- 
schaftliche Zoologie, 8(2): 229 (specific name of the type 
species of Zanclea Gegenbaur, 1856) (Hydrozoa). Op. 1752 

costatum, Oosternum, Sharp, 1882, Insecta. Coleoptera. Vol. 
1, part 2 in Godman, F.D. & Salvin, O, Biologia Centrali- 
Americana, vol. 16, p. 112 (specific name of the type species 
of Oosternum Sharp, 1882) (Coleoptera). Op. 1891 

costulatus, Halictus, Kriechbaumer, 1873, Verhandlungen der 
Zoologisch-botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien, 23: 59 (Hym- 
enoptera). Op. 1511 

Craniolites Schlotheim, 1820, Die Petrefactenkunde auf ihrem 
jetzigen Standpunkte, 1: 246 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Brachiopoda). 
Op. 1469 

crassipes, Paracolletes, Smith, 1853, Catalogue of hymen- 
opterous insects in the collection of the British Museum, part 
1, p. 6 (specific name of the type species of Paracolletes 
Smith, 1853) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

crassipes, Paraphronima, Claus, 1879, Arbeiten aus dem 
Zoologischen Institut der Universitdt Wien, 2: 65 
(Amphipoda). Op. 1878 



crassula, Campeloma, Rafinesque, 1819, Journal de Physique, 
de Chimie, d'Histoire Naturelle, 88: 423 (specific name of 
the type species of Campeloma Rafinesque, 1819) (Gastro- 
poda). Op. 1931 

crassus, Democricetodon brevis, Freudenthal, 1969, Bulletin of 
Zoological Nomenclature, 25: 181 (specific name of the type 
species of Democricetodon Fahlbusch, 1964) (Mammalia, 
Rodentia). Op. 1419 

crenulatus, Byrrhus, Rossi, 1794, Mantissa Insectorum, 
exhibens species nuper in Etruria collectas, adjectis faunae 
Etruscae illustrationibus ac emendationibus, vol. 2, p. 81, as 
defined by the lectotype designated by Bameul, 1991, 
Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique de France, 95: 257 
(senior subjective synonym of Pimelia pygmaea Fabricius, 
1798, the type species of Georissus Latreille, 1809) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1891 

crenulatus, Monograptus vomerinus, Elles & Wood, 1911, 
Palaeontographical Society (Monograph), p. 412, as defined 
by the lectotype (specimen no. BU 1555 in Birmingham 
University, Birmingham, U.K., figured by Elles & Wood, 
1911, text-fig. 278a) designated by the Commission 
(Graptolithina). Op. 1731 

crenulatus, Monograptus, Tornquist, 1881, Geologiska 
Foreningens i Stockholm Forhandlingar, 5: 438, and all uses 
of the name prior to the publication of Monograptus 
vomerinus crenulatus Elles & Wood, 1911 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Graptolithina). 
Op. 1731 

cressonii, Halictus, Robertson, 1890, Transactions of the 
American Entomological Society, 17: 317 (specific name of 
the type species of Chloralictus Robertson, 1902) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1882 

creticus, Helophorus, Kiesenwetter, 1858, Berliner Entomolo- 
gische Zeitschrift, 2: 40, ruled under the plenary power not 
to be given priority over the specific name of Helophorus 
brevipalpis Bedel, 1881 whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Coleoptera). Op. 1629 

Crinodes Herrich-Schaffer, 1855, Systematische Bearbeitung 
Schmetterlinge Europa, vol. 6, p. 91 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Phalaena bellatrix Stoll, 1780) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1378 

Criomorphus Mulsant, 1839, Histoire Naturelle des Coleopteres 
de France, part 1, p. 58 (a junior homonym of Criomorphus 
Curtis, 1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1473 

Criopoderma Poli, 1795, Testacea utriusque Siciliae eorumque 
historia et anatome, vol. 2, p. 255 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Brachiopoda). Op. 1467 

Criopododerma Agassiz, 1848, Nomenclatoris Zoologici Index 
Universalis, p. 301 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1467 

Criopus Poli, 1791, Testacea utriusque Siciliae eorumque 
historia et anatome, vol. 1, p. 34 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Brachiopoda). Op. 1467 

cristatus. Psittacus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 99 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves, Psittaciformes). Op. 
1949 

crustulum, Parapronoe, Claus, 1879, Arbeiten aus dem 
Zoologischen Institut der Universitdt zu Wien, 2: 31 
(Amphipoda). Op. 1889 



22 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Cryopus Deshayes, 1836, in Lamarck, Histoire naturelle des 
Animaux sans vertebres, Ed. 2, revue et augment ee de notes 
... par MM. G.P. Deshayes et H. Milne Edwards, vol. 7, p. 
314 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1467 

Crypteuna Motschulsky, 1863, Bulletin de la Societe Imperiale 
des Naturalistes de Moscou, 36(1): 448 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1891 

CRYPTINAE Kirby, 1837, in Richardson, Fauna Boreali- 
Americana, part 4, p. 259 (type genus: Cryptus Fabricius, 
1804) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1757 

Cryptocampus Hartig, 1837, Die Aderflugler Deutschlands mit 
besonderer Beriicksichtigung Hires Larvenzustandes und Hues 
Wirkens in Wdldern und Garten fiir Entomologen, Wald- und 
Gartenbesitzer ..., vol. 1, p. 221 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, ruled under the plenary power to be by subsequent 
designation by Rohwer, 1911, U.S. Department of 
Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Technical Series, 20(2): 
77: Nematus {Cryptocampus) medullarius Hartig, 1837, a 
junior subjective synonym of Cynips amerinae Linnaeus, 
1758) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

Cryptocephalus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes 
qui se trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 231 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 432: 
Chrysomela sericea Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Cryptocoeloma Miers, 1884, Report on the Zoological 
collections made in the Indo-Pacific Ocean during the voyage 
of H.M.S. 'Alert' 1881-2, p. 227 (gender: neuter) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Cryptocoeloma haswelli Rathbun, 1923) (Crustacea, 
Decapoda). Op. 1554 

Cryptophagus Herbst, 1792, Natursystem aller bekannten in- 
und ausldndischen Insekten. Der Kafer, part 4, p. 172 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Westwood, [1838], Sy?wpsis of the genera of 
British insects, p. 13, published with An introduction to the 
modern classification of insects ..., vol. 1, part 1, pp. 1-48: 
Dermestes cellaris Scopoli, 1763), ruled under the plenary 
power to be the correct original spelling of Kryptophagus 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1810 

Cryptus Jurine, 1801, Intelligenzblatt der Litteratur Zeitung, 
Erlangen, vol. 1, no. 21, p. 163 (a name published in a work 
rejected for nomenclatural purposes) (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1757 

Cryptus Panzer, 1804, Fauna insectorum Germanicae initio; 
oder Deutschlands Insecten ..., Heft 88, pi. 17 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of both the 
Principle of Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1757 

Ctenium Menge, 1871, Schriften der Naturforschenden 
Gesellschaft in Danzig, (2)2: 292 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1426 

CTENOPTERYGIDAE Grimpe, 1922, Sitzungsberichte der 
naturforschenden Gesellschaft zu Leipzig, 45-48 (1918-1921): 
45 (an incorrect original spelling of 

CHTENOPTERYGIDAE) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 
1793 

Ctenopteryx Joubin, 1900, Resultats des Campagnes 
Scientifiques accomplies sur son yacht par Albert Ier Prince 
Souverain de Monaco, 17: 9 (an incorrect subsequent 
spelling of Chtenopteryx Appellof, 1890) (Cephalopoda, 
Coleoidea). Op. 1793 



Ctenopteryx Pfeffer. 1900. Mitteilungen aus dem 
Natwhistorischen Museum in Hamburg, 17: 171 (an 
unjustified emendation of Chtenopteryx Appellof, 1890 and 
a junior homonym of Ctenopteryx Flach. 1889) 
(Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1793 

CUBARIDAE Brandt, 1833, Bulletin de la Societe Imperiale 
des Naturalistes de Moscou, 6: 189 (type genus: Cubans 
Brandt, 1833) (Crustacea, Isopoda). Op. 1848 

Cubaris Billberg, 1 820. Enumeratio Insectorum in Museo Gust. 
Joh. Billberg, p. 137, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Cubaris Brandt, 1833 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Crustacea, 
Isopoda). Op. 1848 

Cubaris Brandt, 1833, Bulletin de la Societe Imperiale des 
Naturalistes de Moscou, 6: 189 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Budde-Lund, 1909. 
Denkschriften der Medicinisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen 
Gesellschaft zu Jena, 14(1): 54: Cubaris murina Brandt. 
1833) (Crustacea, Isopoda). Op. 1848 

cubensis, Lysianax, Stebbing, 1897. Transactions of the 
Linnean Society of London, (2), Zoology, 7: 29 (specific 
name of the type species of Shoemakerella Pirlot. 1936) 
(Amphipoda). Op. 1639 

Cucujus Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae .... p. 204 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Cucujus 
depressus Fabricius, 1775, a junior subjective synonym of 
Meloe cinnabarina Scopoli. 1763) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Cucujus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 123. and all uses of 
the name prior to the publication of Cucujus Fabricius. 
1775 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

cucullatus, Megalodon, Sowerby, 1827, The mineral conchology 
of Great Britain, part 97 (vol. 6). p. 1 32 (specific name of 
the type species of Megalodon Sowerby, 1827) (Bivalvia). 
Op. 1829 

Cuma H. Milne Edwards, 1828, Annates des Sciences 
Naturelles, Paris, (1)13: 287 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Cumacea). Op. 
1592 

Cuma Humphrey, 1797, Museum Calonnianum, p. 35 (included 
in a work rejected for nomenclatural purposes) (Mollusca). 
Op. 1592 

cumanense, Phascolosoma, Keferstein, 1867, Zeitschrift fiir 
Wissenschaftliche Zoologie, 17: 53, ruled under the plenary 
power to be given precedence over the specific name of 
Lumbricus edule Pallas, 1774 whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Sipuncula). Op. 1389 

Cuniculus Brisson, 1762, Regnum Animate in classes IX 
distributum, sive synopsis methodica, Ed. 2, pp. 13, 98 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Mus paca Linnaeus, 1766). ruled under the 
plenary power to be taken as first available from Brisson, 
1762, despite that being a work rejected for nomenclatural 
purposes (Mammalia. Rodentia). Op. 1894 

Cuniculus Meyer, 1790, Magazin fiir Thiergeschichtc. 
Thieranatomie und Thierarzneykunde, vol. 1. part 1. p. 52 (a 
junior homonym of Cuniculus Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia, 
Rodentia). Op. 1894 

Cuniculus Wagler. 1830. Naturliches System der Amphibien. mit 
vorangehender Classification der Sdugthiere und Vogel, p. 21 
(a junior homonym of Cuniculus Brisson, 1762) 
(Mammalia, Rodentia). Op. 1894 



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23 



curculionoides, Metopias, Gory, 1832, Magasin de Zoologie, 2: 
pi. 42 [2 pp. text, 1 pi.] (specific name of the type species of 
Metopias Gory, 1832) (Coleoptera). Op. 1772 

curema, Mugll, Valenciennes in Cuvier & Valenciennes, 1836, 
Histoire naturelle des poissons, vol. 11, p. 87, as defined by 
the lectotype (specimen no. A. 3638 in the Museum 
National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris) designated by 
Harrison, 1993, Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 50: 
145 (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1787 

curvipes, Sphaerocera, Latreille, 1805, Histoire naturelle, 
generate et particuliere des crustaces et des insectes, vol. 14, 
p. 394 (specific name of the type species of Sphaerocera 
Latreille, 1804) (Diptera). Op. 1863 

cuvieri, Helixarion, Ferussac, 1821, Tableaux systematiques des 
animaux mollusques ... suivis d'un prodrome general ..., p. 23 
(folio), p. 19 (quarto), as defined by the neotype designated 
by Kershaw, 1979, Journal of the Malacological Society of 
Australia, 4(3): 150 (specific name of the type species of 
Helicarion Ferussac, 1821) (Gastropoda). Op. 1678 

cyanea, Buprestis, Fabricius, 1775, Sy sterna Entomologiae, 
sistens insectorum classes, ordines, genera, species ..., p. 223 
(specific name of the type species of Phaenops Dejean, 
1833) (Coleoptera). Op. 1826 

cyanea, Papllio, Cramer, [1775], De Uitlandsche Kapellen 
voorkommende in de drie Waerelddeelen Asia, Africa en 
America, vol. 1, p. 120 (specific name of the type species of 
Pepliphorus Hiibner, [1819]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1773 

Cyclaxyra Broun, 1893, Manual of New Zealand Coleoptera, 
part 5, p. 1076 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Cyclomorpha politula Broun, 1881) (Coleo- 
ptera). Op. 1472 

Cycloceras M'Coy, 1844, A synopsis of the characters of the 
Carboniferous Limestone fossils of Ireland, p. 6 (gender: 
neuter) (type species, designated under the plenary power: 
Cycloceras laevigatum M'Coy, 1844) (Cephalopoda, 
Nautiloidea). Op. 1720 

Cycloderes Sahlberg, 1823, Periculi entomographici ..., pp. 21, 
83 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Cycloderes catarractus Sahlberg, 1823) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1440 

cylindricus, Ptilinus, Miiller, 1776, Zoologiae Danicae 
prodromus, p. 81 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Cylindrogaster Lioy, 1864, Atti dell Tstituto Veneto di Scienze, 
Lettere ed Arti, (3)9(2): 1327 (a junior objective synonym of 
Sicus Scopoli, 1763) (Diptera). Op. 1870 

Cymatia Flor, 1860, Die Rhynchoten Livlands, vol. 1, p. 799 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation 
by Kirkaldy, 1898, Entomologist, 31: 252: Sigara 
coleoptrata Fabricius, [1777]) (Heteroptera). Ops. 1650, 
1794 

CYMATIAINAE Walton in Hutchinson, 1940, Transactions of 
the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 33: 344 (type 
genus: Cymatia Flor, 1860), spelling emended from 
CYMATIINAE by the ruling under the plenary power that 
for the purposes of Article 29 of the Code the stem of the 
generic name Cymatia Flor, 1860 is CYMATIA- 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1650 

CYMATIINAE Iredale, 1913 (1854), The Nautilus, 27: 56 
(type genus: Cymatium [Roding], 1798) (Gastropoda). Op. 
1650 

CYMATIINAE Walton in Hutchinson, 1940, Transactions of 
the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 33: 344, 
spelling emended to CYMATIAINAE following the ruling 
under the plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 
of the Code the stem of the generic name Cymatia Flor, 
1860 is CYMATIA- (Heteroptera). Op. 1650 



Cymatium [Roding], 1798, Museum Boltenianum, sive 
catalogus cimeliorum e tribus regnis naturae quae olim 
collegerat joa. Fried. Bolt en ... pars secunda, p. 129 (gender: 
neuter) (type species, by subsequent designation by Dall, 
1904, Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 47: 133: 
Murex femorale Linnaeus, 1758) (Gastropoda). Op. 1650 

cymodoce, Cancer, Herbst, 1801, Versuch einer Naturgeschichte 
der Krabben und Krebse, vol. 3, part 2, p. 22 (senior 
subjective synonym of the specific name of Trapezia 
dentifrons Latreille, 1828, the type species of Trapezia 
Latreille, 1828) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1614 

cyparissa, Papilio, Cramer, [1775], Uitlandsche Kapellen .... 
vol. 1, part 4, p. 63, pi. 39, figs. D, E (specific name of the 
type species of Euphaedra Hiibner, [1819]) (Lepidoptera). 
Op. 1380 

Cyphaspis Burmeister, 1843, Organisation und Ubersicht 
Trilobiten, p. 103 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Phacops 
ceratophthalmus Goldfuss, 1843) (Trilobita). Op. 1434 

Cyrtodaria Reuss, 1801, Repertorium Commentationum, vol. 1, 
p. 351 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
monotypy by Gray, 1847, Proceedings of the Zoological 
Society of London, 15: 190: Mya siliqua Spengler, 1793) 
(Bivalvia). Op. 1414 

Cyrtometopus Angelin, 1854, Palaeontologica Scandinavica, p. 
32 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Calymene clavifrons Dalman, 1827) (Trilobita). Op. 1434 

Dalla Mabille, 1904, Genera Insectorum, 17: 107 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Lindsey, 1921, University of Iowa Studies in Natural 
History, 9(4): 58: Cyclopides eryonas Hewitson, 1877) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1669 

danae, Taningia, Joubin, 1931, Annales de I'Institut 
Oceanographique, 10: 181, ruled under the plenary power to 
be given precedence over the specific name of Octo- 
podoteuthis persica Naef, 1923 whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (specific name of the type 
species of Taningia Joubin, 1931) (Cephalopoda. 
Coleoidea). Op. 1768 

Dapsilarthra Foerster, 1862, Verhandlungen des Natur- 
historischen Vereins der Preussischen Rheinlande und 
Westfalens, 19: 267 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Alysia apii Curtis, 1826) (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1424 

darwiniensis, Mastotermes, Froggatt, 1 897, Proceedings of the 
Linnean Society of New South Wales, 21: 519, as defined by 
the neotype (a female alate registered as Type No. 9033 in 
the Australian National Insect Collection. CSIRO, 
Canberra) designated by Hill, 1942, Termites (Isoptera) 
from the Australian Region, p. 21, and confirmed by the 
Commission (Isoptera). Op. 1808 

Dasineura Rondani, 1840, Memoria per servire alia ditterologia 
italiana. No. 2 (Sopra alcuni nuovi generi di insetti ditteri), 
p. 12 (gender: feminine) (type species, ruled under the 
plenary power to be by subsequent designation by 
Rondani, 1860, Atti della Societd Italiana di Scienze 
Naturali, 2: 288: Tipula sisvmbrii Schrank. 1803) (Diptera). 
Op. 1911 

Dasyneura Agassiz, 1846, Nomenclator Zoologicus. Nomina 
Systematica Generum Dipterorum, p. 1 1 (an unjustified 
emendation of Dasineura Rondani, 1840 and a junior 
homonym of Dasvneura Saunders, 1842) (Diptera). Op. 
1911 

Dasypoda Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle des fourmis ..., p. 
424 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Blanchard, 1840. Hymenopteres. In 
Castelnau, F.L.N, de Laporte, Histoire naturelle des 
insectes, vol. 3, p. 414: Andrena hirtipes Fabricius, 1793) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1926 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



DASYPODAIDAE Borner, 1919. Biologisches Zentralblatt, 

39(4): 180 (type genus: Dasypoda Latreille, 1802), spelling 
emended from DASYPODIDAE by the ruling under the 
plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the 
Code the stem of the generic name Dasypoda Latreille. 
1802 is DASYPODA- (Hymenoptera). Op. 1926 

DASYPODIDAE Borner, 1919, Biologisches Zentralblatt, 
39(4): 180, spelling emended to DASYPODAIDAE 
following the ruling under the plenary power that for the 
purposes of Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic 
name Dasypoda Latreille, 1802 is DASYPODA- 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1926 

DASYPODIDAE Gray, 1821. London Medical Repository, 
Monthly Journal and Review, 15(1): 305 (type genus: 
Dasypus Linnaeus, 1758) (Mammalia, Xenarthra). Op. 
1926 

Dasypus Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 50 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by Linnaean tautonymy: 
Dasypus novemcinctus Linnaeus, 1758) (Mammalia, 
Xenarthra). Op. 1926 

decemnotatus, Agabus, Aube, 1838, Species general des 
Hydrocanthares et Gyriniens, par le docteur Ch. Aube; pour 
faire suite au species general des Coleopteres de la collection 
de M. le Comte Dejean, vol. 6, p. 319 (specific name of the 
type species of Platynectes Regimbart, 1879) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1796 

decorata, Oxystoglossa, Smith, 1853, Catalogue of 
hymenopterous insects in the collection of the British 
Museum, part 1 (Andrenidae and Apidae), p. 83 (specific 
name of the type species of Oxystoglossa Smith, 1853) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1952 

deformis, Ricinula, Reeve, 1846, Conchologia iconica: or, 
illustrations of the shells of molluscous animals, Ricinula, pi. 
6, fig. 44, text (specific name of the type species of 
Risomurex Olsson & McGinty, 1958) (Gastropoda). Op. 
1623 

deissneri, Osphromenus, Bleeker, 1859, Natuurkundig 
Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch Indie, 18: 376, as defined by 
the neotype (specimen no. ZRC 31377 in the Zoological 
Reference Collection, National University of Singapore) 
designated under the plenary power (specific name of the 
type species of Parosphromenus Bleeker, 1877) (Osteich- 
thyes, Perciformes). Op. 1946 

delicata, Harpa, Perry, 1811, Conchology, or the Natural 
History of Shells; containing a new arrangement of the 
genera and species ..., pi. 40, fig. 2 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1518 

demissus, Conus, Philippi, 1836, Enumeratio molluscorum 
Siciliae, vol. 1, p. 239, ruled under the plenary power not to 
be given priority over the specific name of Conus berghausi 
Michelotti, 1847 whenever the two names are considered to 
be synonyms (Gastropoda). Op. 1699 

Democricetodon Fahlbusch, 1964, Abhandlungen der 
Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Mathematisch- 
Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse, (n.f.)118: 19 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Democricetodon crassus Freudenthal, 1969) 
(Mammalia, Rodentia). Op. 1419 

Dendritina d'Orbigny, 1826, Annales des Sciences Naturelles, 
(1)7: 285 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Cushman, 1927, Contributions from the 
Cushman Laboratory for Foraminiferal Research, 3(4): 189: 
Dendritina arbuscula d'Orbigny, 1826) (Foraminiferida). 
Op. 1570 



Dendrochariessa Gistl, 1848, Naturgeschichte des Thierreiches 
fur /where Schulen, p. ix (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymv) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1825 

Dendropoma Morch, 1861. Proceedings of the Zoological 
Society of London. 1861: 153 (gender: neuter) (type species, 
by subsequent designation by Keen, 1961. Bulletin of I lie 
British Museum (Natural History), 7(3): 189: Siphonium 
(Dendropoma) lituellum Morch. 1861) (Gastropoda). Op. 
1425 

densispina, Membranipora, Levinsen, 1925, Kongelige Danske 
Videnskabernes Selskabs Skrifter, Naturvidenskabelig og 
mathematisk Afdeling, 8, 7: 316 (specific name of the type 
species of Marssonopora Lang, 1914) (Bryozoa. 
Cheilostomata). Op. 1608 

dentatus, Chelanops, Banks, 1895, Journal of the New York 
Entomological Society, 3: 6 (specific name of the type 
species of Mirochernes Beier, 1930) (Arachnida, 
Pseudoscorpionida). Op. 1653 

dentex, Cyprinus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1. p. 325 (senior subjective synonym of Salino niloticus 
Linnaeus, 1758, the type species of Alestes Miiller & 
Troschel, 1844, by the first reviser action of Valenciennes, 
1849, in Cuvier & Valenciennes, Histoire naturelle des 
poissons, vol. 22, p. 185) (Osteichthyes, Characiformes). Op. 
1813 

dentex, Scomber, Bloch & Schneider, 1801, Systema ichthyo- 
logiae iconibus ex illustration ..., vol. 1. p. 30 (specific name 
of the type species of Pseudocaranx Bleeker. 1863) 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1841 

denticulatus, Borborus, Meigen, 1830, Systematische Beschrei- 
bung der bekannten europdischen zweiflugeligen Insekten, 
vol. 6, p. 200 (specific name of the type species of 
Ischiolepta Lioy, 1864) (Diptera). Op. 1839 

Descarpentriesina Leraut, 1983, Entomologica Gallica, 1(1): 6 
(a junior objective synonym of Poecilonota Eschscholtz. 
1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1825 

Desidea Koehler, 1855, Annales des Sciences Naturelles, 
Zoologie, 20(4): 12 (an incorrect subsequent spelling of 
Dysidea Johnston, 1842) (Porifera, Keratosa). Op. 1550 

Desorella Cotteau, 1855, Bulletin de la Societe geologique de 
France, (2)12: 710 (gender: feminine) (type species, ruled 
under the plenary power to be by subsequent designation 
by Cotteau, 1873, in d'Orbigny. Paleontologie Francaise, 
vol. 9, p. 333: Hyboclvpus elatus Desor, 1847) (Echinoidea). 
Op. 1512 

desponsa, Melissodes, Smith, 1854, Catalogue of 
hymenopterous insects in the collection of the British 
Museum, part 2 (Apidae), p. 310 (Hymenoptera). Op. 1852 

Dexia Meigen, 1 826, Systematische Beschreibung der bekannten 
europdischen zweiflugeligen Insekten, vol. 5, p. 33 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Musca rustica Fabricius, 1775) (Diptera). Op. 1475 

Dexilla Westwood, 1 840, Synopsis of the genera of the British 
Insects, p. 140 (a junior objective synonym of Dexia 
Meigen, 1826) (Diptera). Op. 1475 

Dialictus Robertson, 1902, Canadian Entomologist, 34: 48 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by original designation 
and monotypy: Halictus anomalus Robertson, 1892), ruled 
under the plenary power to be given precedence over 
Paralictus Robertson, 1901 whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Hymenoptera). Op. 1882 

Diaperis Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 337 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent monotypy by 
Miiller, 1776, Zoologiae Danicae prodromus. p. 74: 
Chrysomela boleti Linnaeus. 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 



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25 



Diastocera Dejean, 1835, Catalogue de la collection de 
Coleopteres de M. le Comte Dejean, vol. 4, p. 342 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Lamia trifasciata 
Fabricius, 1775) (Coleoptera). Op. 1407 

Dicerca Eschscholtz, 1829, Zoologischer Atlas, enthaltend 
Abbildungen und Beschreibungen neuer Thierarten ... auf der 
Russisch-Kaiserlichen Kriegsschlupp Predpriaetie in den 
Jqhren 1823-1826, part 1, p. 9 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Westwood, [1838], 
Synopsis of the genera of British insects, p. 24, published 
with An introduction to the modern classification of insects 
..., vol. 1, part 3, pp. 113-160: Buprestis aenea Linnaeus, 
1761), ruled under the plenary power to be the correct 
original spelling of Dicerea (Coleoptera). Op. 1784 

Dicerea Eschscholtz, 1829, Zoologischer Atlas, enthaltend 
Abbildungen und Beschreibungen neuer Thierarten ... auf der 
Russisch-Kaiserlichen Kriegsschlupp Predpriaetie in den 
Jahren 1823-1826, part 1, p. 9, ruled under the plenary 
power to be an incorrect original spelling of Dicerca 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1784 

dichotoma, Antilope, Gervais, 1849, Compte Rendu Hebdo- 
madaire des Seances de VAcademie des Sciences, 28: 549 
(specific name of the type species of Procervulus Gaudry, 
1877) (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 1791 

Didemnum Savigny, 1816, Memoires sur les animaux sans 
vertebres, part 2, pp. 14, 20, 138, 184 (gender: neuter) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Hartmeyer, 1909, 
Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde 
zu Berlin, 1909(9): 578: Didemnum candidum Savigny, 1816) 
(Tunicata, Ascidiacea). Op. 1412 

digitata, Patella, Fischer von Waldheim, 1807, Museum- 
Demidoff mis en ordre systematique et decrit, vol. 3, p. 115 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1868 

diglossis, Chirotes, Saenz, 1869, Anales de la Universidad 
Nacional de Estados Unidos de Colombia, 1869: 73 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1482 

dilatata, Antinomia, Catullo, 1851, Quarterly Journal of the 
Geological Society of London, 1: 75, fig. 4 (replaced by 
Pictet, 1867, Melanges Paleontologiques, vol. 1(3), p. 202, 
when a junior homonym of Terebratula dilatata Lamarck, 
1819) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1466 

diminuta, Taenia, Rudolphi, 1819, Entozoorum Synopsis, cui 
accedunt mantissa duplex et indices locupletissimi, p. 689 
(specific name of the type species of Hymenolepis 
Weinland, 1858) (Cestoda). Op. 1428 

Dinodontosaurus Romer, 1943, Bulletin of the Museum of 
Comparative Zoology, Harvard, 92: 336 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Dinodontosaurus oliveirai 
Romer, 1943, a junior subjective synonym of Dicynodon 
turpior Huene, 1935) (Reptilia, Synapsida). Op. 1802 

Dioctophyma Bosc, 1803, Nouveau Dictionnaire d'Histoire 
Naturelle ..., vol. 7, p. 255 (an incorrect subsequent spelling 
of Dioctophyme Collet-Meygret, 1802) (Nematoda). Op. 
1552 

DIOCTOPHYMATIDAE Railliet, 1915, Recueil de Medecine 
veterinaire, 41(15): 493 (based on an incorrect subsequent 
spelling of Dioctophyme Collet-Meygret, 1802) 
(Nematoda). Op. 1552 

Dioctophyme Collet-Meygret, 1802, Journal de Physique, de 
Chimie et d'Histoire naturelle, 55: 463 (gender: neuter) (type 
species, by subsequent monotypy: Strongylus gigas 
Rudolphi, 1802, a junior subjective synonym of Ascaris 
renales Goeze, 1782), the original spelling of this name 
ruled by the Commission to be correct (Nematoda). Op. 
1552 



DIOCTOPHYMIDAE Railliet, 1915, Recueil de Medecine 
veterinaire, 41(15): 493 (type genus: Dioctophyme Collet- 
Meygret, 1802) (Nematoda). Op. 1552 

diodontis, Pennella, Oken, 1815, Lehrbuch der Naturgeschichte, 
vol. 3 (Zoologie), part 1, p. 358 (specific name of the type 
species of Pennella Oken, 1815), ruled under the plenary 
power to be available despite having been published in a 
rejected work (Copepoda). Op. 1817 

Diodontosaurus Caldas, 1936, Revista Instituto Historico e 
Geogrqfico do Rio-Grande-do-Sul, 16: 249 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Reptilia, Synapsida). Op. 1 802 

Diplocentrus Peters, 1861, Monatsberichte der Koniglichen 
Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 1861: 
512 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Diplocentrus mexicanus Peters, 1861) (Arachnida. 
Scorpiones). Op. 1847 

Diplolepis Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 2, p. 308 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Karsch, 1880, Zeitschrift fur die Gesammten Natur- 
wissenschaften, (3.F)5(53): 288: Cynips rosae Linnaeus, 
1758) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1754 

Diplonychus Laporte, 1833, Magasin de Zoologie, 2: 18 
(gender: masculine) (type species, confirmed by the 
Commission to be by monotypy: Nepa rustica Fabricius, 
1781) (Heteroptera). Op. 1850 

Diplosoma MacDonald, 1859, Transactions of the Linnean 
Society of London, 22(4): 375 (gender: neuter) (type species, 
by monotypy: Diplosoma rayneri MacDonald, 1859, a 
junior subjective synonym of Leptoclinum listerianum 
Milne Edwards, 1841) (Tunicata, Ascidiacea). Op. 1412 

Discocephala Laporte, 1833, Magasin de Zoologie, 2: 57 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Discocephala marmorea Laporte, 1833) (Heteroptera). Op. 
1538 

DISCOCEPHALIDAE Pintner, 1928, Zoologische Jahrbuecher. 
Abteilung fuer Anatomie und Ontogenie der Tiere, 50: 87 (a 
junior homonym of DISCOCEPHALINAE Fieber, 1861) 
(Cestoda, Lecanicephalidea). Op. 1538 

DISCOCEPHALINAE Fieber, 1861, Die Europdischen 
Hemiptera Halbfliiger (Rhynchota Heteroptera), p. 77 (type 
genus: Discocephala Laporte, 1833) (Heteroptera). Op. 1538 

Discocephalum Linton, 1891, Report U.S. Commissioner of 
Fish and Fisheries for 1887, 15: 781 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Cestoda, 
Lecanicephalidea). Op. 1538 

Discocyclina Giimbel, 1870, Abhandlungen der Mathematisch- 
Physikalischen Classe der Koniglich Bayerischen Akademie 
der Wissenschaften, 10(2): 687 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Orbitolites 
prattii Michelin, 1847) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1537 

DISCOCYCLININAE Galloway, 1928, Journal of 
Paleontology, 2: 55 (type genus: Discocyclina Giimbel, 
1870) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1537 

Disculiceps Joyeux & Baer, 1935, Bulletin de la Societe 
Zoologique de France, 60: 499 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by indication under Article 67.8 of the Code: 
Discocephalum pileatum Linton, 1891) (Cestoda, 
Lecanicephalidea). Op. 1538 

DISCULICIPITIDAE Joyeux & Baer, 1935, Bulletin de la 
Societe Zoologique de France, 60: 499 (type genus: 
Disculiceps Joyeux & Baer. 1935) (Cestoda, Lecanice- 
phalidea). Op. 1538 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Disophrys Foerster, 1 862, Verhandhmgen des Naturhistorischen 

Vereins der Preussischen Rheinlande und Westfalens, 19: 246 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Agathis caesa KJug, 1835) (Hymenoptera). 
Op. 1531 

distincta, Corisa, Fieber, 1848, Nouveaux Memoires de la 
Societe Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moseou, 21: 524, as 
defined by the neotype designated by Jansson, 1986, Acta 
Entomologica Fennica, 47: 74 (Heteroptera). Op. 1524 

dives, Lactura, Walker, 1854, List of the specimens of 

lepidopterous insects in the collection of the British Museum, 
part 2, p. 485 (specific name of the type species of Lactura 
Walker, 1854) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1927 

dohrnii, Corisa, Fieber, 1848, Nouveaux Memoires de la Societe 
Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moseou, 21: 530 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Heteroptera). Op. 1937 

doliatus. Coluber, Wied-Neuwied, [1824], Abbildungen zur 
Naturgeschichte Brasiliens, Heft 8, pi. 44, fig. 3 (a junior 
primary homonym of Coluber doliatus Linnaeus, 1766) 
(Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1832 

domestica, Sylvia, Wilson, 1808, American ornithology; or, the 
natural history of the birds of the United States, vol. 1, p. 
129 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Aves, Passeriformes). Op. 1893 

domesticus, Mus musculus, Schwarz & Schwarz, 1943, Journal 
of Mammalogy, 24: 65, ruled under the plenary power to be 
given precedence over all names, with the exception of 
musculus Linnaeus, 1758, that are considered to be 
synonyms of it (Mammalia, Rodentia). Op. 1607 

domesticus, Mus, Rutty, 1772, An essay towards a natural 
history of the county of Dublin ..., vol. 1, p. 281 (a nomen 
nudum), and all uses of the name prior to the publication 
of Mus domesticus Schwarz & Schwarz, 1943 are 
suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy (Mammalia, Rodentia). Op. 1607 

Domomyza Rondani, 1856, Dipterologiae italicae prodromus. 1. 
Genera italica ordinis Dipterorum ordinatim disposita et 
distincta et in families et stirpes aggregata, p. 121 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1879 

Dorcatoma Herbst, 1792, Natursystem aller bekannten in- und 
auslandischen Insekten. Der Kafer, part 4, p. 103 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Dorcatoma 
dresdensis Herbst, 1792), ruled under the plenary power to 
be the correct original spelling of Dorkatoma (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1810 

Dorippoides Serene & Romimohtarto, 1969, Marine Research 
in Indonesia, no. 9, p. 3 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
original designation and monotypy: Cancer facchino 
Herbst, 1785) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1437 

doris, Papilio, Linnaeus, 1771, Mantissa Plantarum altera, p. 
536 (Lepidoptera). Op. 1386 

Dorkatoma Herbst, 1792, Natursystem aller bekannten in- und 
auslandischen Insekten. Der Kafer, part 4, p. 103, ruled 
under the plenary power to be an incorrect original spelling 
of Dorcatoma (Coleoptera). Op. 1810 

dorsalis, Rosema, Walker, 1855, List of the specimens of 
lepidopterous insects in the collection of the British Museum, 
part 4, p. 1 168 (specific name of the type species of Rosema 
Walker, 1855) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1617 

dracunculus, Callionymus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, 
Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 249 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, 
Perciformes). Op. 1658 



draparnaldi. Helix. Cuvier. 1816, Le regne animal distribue 
d'apres son organisation .... vol. 2. p. 405. footnote 5, and all 
uses of that name in combination with Helix prior to the 
publication of Helix draparnaldi Beck. 1837 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of both the 
Principle of Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1924 

draparnaudi. Helix, Sheppard. 1823. Transactions of the 
Linnean Society of London, 14: 158, and all uses of that 
name in combination with Helix prior to the publication 
of Helix draparnaldi Beck, 1837 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1924 

Drasterius Eschscholtz, 1829, in Thon, Entomologisches 
Archiv, vol. 2, part 1, p. 33 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Westwood, 1840. 
Synopsis of the Genera of British Insects, p. 26: Elater 
bimacularus Rossi, 1790) (Coleoptera). Op. 1441 

Drepanites Benett, 1831, A catalogue of the organic remains of 
the County of Wilts., p. 3, pi. 16, and all uses of the name 
prior to the publication of Drepanites Mojsisovics, 1893 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea). Op. 1609 

Drepanites Mojsisovics, 1893, Abhandlungen der Kaiserlich- 
Koniglichen Geologischen Reichsanstalt, 6(2): 495 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Diener, 1915, Cephalopoda triadica. In Freeh (Ed.). 
Fossilium catalogus. 1. Animalia. (8). p. 129: Arpadites 
(Drepanites) hyatti Mojsisovics, 1893) (Cephalopoda. 
Ammonoidea). Op. 1609 

dresdensis, Dorkatoma, Herbst, 1792, Natursystem aller 
bekannten in- und auslandischen Insekten. Der Kafer, part 4. 
p. 104 (specific name of the type species of Dorcatoma 
Herbst, 1792) (Coleoptera). Op. 1810 

Dromophis Peters, 1869, Monatsberichte der Koniglichen 
Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften :u Berlin. 1869: 
447 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Dendrophis praeornata Schlegel, 1837) (Reptilia, Serpentes). 
Op. 1384 

dryados, Curculio, Gmelin, 1790, Caroli Linnaei Systema 
Naturae, editio 13 aucta, reformata, vol. 1, part 4, p. 1748. 
the oldest available synonym of Curculio quercus Fabricius. 
1787, rejected because of primary homonymy (specific 
name of the type species of Coeliodes Schonherr, 1837) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1529 

Dryophthorus Germar, 1824, Insectorum, species novae aut 
minus cognitae, descriptionibus illustratae, vol. 1, Cole- 
optera, p. 302 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Curculio lymexylon Fabricius, 1792, a junior 
subjective synonym of Curculio corticalis Paykull, 1792) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1448 

dubia, Melanochroa, Roeder, 1886. Entomologische Nach- 
richten, 12(1), no. 9, p. 140 (specific name of the type 
species of Melanochroa Roeder, 1886) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1472 

dubia, Nitidula, Gyllenhal. 1808, Insecta Svecica, Descripta a 
Leonardo Gyllenhal, Classis I. Coleoptera sive Eleuterata, 
vol. 1, p. 243 (specific name of the type species of Sphindus 
Megerle in Dejean, 1821) (Coleoptera). Op. 1862 

dubius, Cordylodus?, Rhodes, 1953, Philosophical Transactions 
of the Royal Society of London, (B)237: 299 (Conodonta). 
Op. 1580 



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27 



ductor, Gasterosteus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 295 (specific name of the type species of 
Naucrates Rafinesque, 1810) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). 
Op. 1799 

dujardin, Macrobiotus, Doyere, 1840, Annates des Sciences 
Naturelles, (Zoologie), (2)14: 288, ruled under the plenary 
power to be the incorrect original spelling of dujardini) 
(Tardigrada). Op. 1551 

dujardini, Macrobiotus, Doyere, 1840, Annates des Sciences 
Naturelles, (Zoologie), (2)14: 288, ruled under the plenary 
power to be the correct original spelling of dujardin 
(specific name of the type species of Hypsibius Ehrenberg, 
1848) (Tardigrada). Op. 1551 

Duseidea Delage & Herouard, 1899, Traite de Zoologie 
concrete, vol. 2(1), p. 230 (an unjustified emendation of 
Dysidea Johnston, 1842) (Porifera, Keratosa). Op. 1550 

Duseideia Johnston, 1842, History of British Sponges and 
Lithophytes, p. 185 (an incorrect original spelling of 
Dysidea) (Porifera, Keratosa). Op. 1550 

dutemplei, Pentetagonaster, d'Orbigny, 1850, Prodrome de 
paleontologie stratigraphique universelle des animaux 
mollusques et rayonnes, vol. 2, p. 274 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Asteroidea). Op. 1579 

duvallii, Terebratula, Newman, 1844, Zoologist, 2: 279 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1466 

Dyseideia Lieberkuhn, 1859, Archiv fur Anatomic und 
Physiologie, 1859: 363 (an incorrect subsequent spelling of 
Dysidea Johnston, 1842) (Porifera, Keratosa). Op. 1550 

Dysidea Johnston, 1842, History of British Sponges and 
Lithophytes, p. 251 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by deLaubenfels, 1948, Allan 
Hancock Foundation Publications, Occasional Papers, No. 3: 
137: Spongia fragilis Montagu, 1818) (Porifera, Keratosa). 
Op. 1550 

DYSIDEIDAE Gray, 1867, Proceedings of the Zoological 
Society of London, 1867: 511 (type genus: Dysidea 
Johnston, 1842) (Porifera, Keratosa). Op. 1550 

Dysidia Agassiz, 1846, Nomenclatoris Zoologici. Index 
Universalis, p. 131 (an unjustified emendation of Dysidea 
Johnston, 1842) (Porifera, Keratosa). Op. 1550 

Eccoptus Dejean, 1821, Catalogue de la collection de 
Coleopteres de M. le Baron Dejean, p. 86 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1450 

Echinococcus Rudolphi, 1801, Archiv fur Zoologie und 
Zootomie, 2(1): 52 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
subsequent monotypy by Rudolphi, 1805, Bemerkungen 
aus dem Gebiet der Naturgeschichte, Medicin und 
Thierarzneykunde, auf eine Reise durch einen Theil von 
Deutschland, Holland und Frankreich gesammelt, part 2, p. 
41: Hydatigena granulosa Batsch, 1786) (Cestoda). 
Direction 121 

edule, Lumbricus, Pallas, 1774, Spicilegia Zoologica, vol. 10, p. 
10, ruled under the plenary power not to be given priority 
over the specific name of Phascolosoma cumanense 

Keferstein, 1867 whenever the two names are considered to 
be synonyms (Sipuncula). Op. 1389 

edwardsii, Palaemon, Heller, 1863, Die Crustaceen des siidlichen 
Europa, p. 265 (a junior objective synonym of Palaemon 
longirostris H. Milne Edwards, 1837, p. 392) (Crustacea, 
Decapoda). Op. 1576 



eichwaldi, Asaphus, Fischer von Waldheim in Eichwald, 1825, 
Geognostico-zoologicae per ingriam marisque Baltici 
provincias nee non de trilobitis observationes, p. 54, as 
defined by the neotype (specimen no. TML 1557/5107 in 
the Tshernyshev's Museum, St Petersburg, Russia, figured 
by Weber, 1937, Paleontology of the U.S.S.R. Monographs, 
pi. 7, fig. 15) designated by Osmolska, 1970, Palaeontologia 
Polonica, 23: 130 and confirmed by the Commission 
(Trilobita). Op. 1702 

Elachista Kollar, 1832, Beitrdge zur Landeskunde Oesterreich's 
unter der Enns, 2: 98, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Elachista Treitschke, 1833 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). 
Op. 1557 

Elachista Treitschke, 1833, in Ochsenheimer, Die 
Schmetterlinge von Europa, vol. 9, part 2, p. 177 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, ruled under the plenary power to be 
by subsequent designation by Meyrick, 1915, Transactions 
of the New Zealand Institute, 47: 210: Elachista bifasciella 
Treitschke, 1833) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1557 

ELACHISTIDAE Bruand, 1850, Memoires (et Comptes 
Rendus) de la Societe d' Emulation du Doubs, (1)3(5-6): 50 
(type genus: Elachista Treitschke, 1833) (Lepidoptera). Op. 
1557 

elatus, Hyboclypus, Desor, 1847, in Agassiz & Desor, Annates 
des Sciences naturelles, Paris, (Zoologie), (3)7: 152 (specific 
name of the type species of Desorella Cotteau, 1855) 
(Echinoidea). Op. 1512 

elegans, Agrodes, Nordmann, 1837, Symbolae ad 
monographiam staphylinorum, p. 161 (specific name of the 
type species of Agrodes Nordmann, 1837) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1851 

elegans, Haliotis, Philippi, 1844, Abbildung und Beschreibungen 
neuer oder weniger gekannter Conchylien, vol. 1 , part 5, p. 
119 (Gastropoda). Op. 1950 

elegans, Ophiura, Leach, 1815, in Leach & Nodder, Zoological 
Miscellany, vol. 2, p. 57 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Ophiuroidea). 
Op. 1560 

elegans, Phytomyza, Meigen, 1830, Systematische Beschrei- 
bung der bekannten europdischen zweifliigeligen Insekten, 
vol. 6, p. 148 (senior synonym of Phytomyza festiva 
Meigen, 1830, the type species of Napomyza Westwood, 
1840, by the first reviser action of Hendel, 1920, Archiv fur 
Naturgeschichte, 84: 148) (Diptera). Op. 1477 

Elfla Robineau-Desvoidy, 1850, Annates de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, (2)8: 190 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Robineau-Desvoidy, 
1863, Histoire naturelle des Dipteres des environs de Paris, 
vol. 1, p. 672: Actia cingulata Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830) 
(Diptera). Op. 1432 

ELMIDAE Curtis, 1830, British entomology, vol. 7, pi. 294 
(type genus: Elmis Latreille, 1802), it being ruled by the 
Commission that for the purposes of Article 29 of the 
Code the stem of the generic name Elmis Latreille, 1 802 is 
ELM- (Coleoptera). Op. 1812 

Elmis Latreille, 1 802, Histoire naturelle des fourmis, p. 398 
(gender, as ruled by the Commission: feminine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Elmis maugetii Latreille, 1802) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1812 

elongata, Isea, Guerin[-Meneville], 1 832, Annales de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, 1: 300, ruled under the plenary 
power not to be given priority over the specific name of 
Callianidea typa H. Milne Edwards, 1837 whenever the two 
names are considered to be synonyms (Crustacea, 
Decapoda). Op. 1522 



28 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



elongata, Voluta, Lightfoot, 1786, A catalogue of the Portland 
Museum ..., p. 30 (a junior objective synonym of Limax 
fi brat us Martyn, 1784) (Gastropoda). Op. 1662 

elongatus, Bostrichus, Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa Insectorum, 
vol. 1, p. 36 (specific name of the type species of Colydium 
Fabricius, 1792) (Coleoptera). Op. 1811 

elongatus, Indodorylaimus, Baqri, 1982, Bulletin of Zoological 
Nomenclature, 39: 57 (specific name of the type species of 
Indodorylaimus Ali & Prabha, 1974) (Nematoda, 
Dorylaimida). Op. 1404 

Elonium Leach in Samouelle, 1819, The entomologist's useful 
compendium, p. 175 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1722 

Elophilus Meigen, 1803, Magazinfur Insektenkunde (Illiger), 
2: 274 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1747 

Elophorus Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae, p. 66, ruled 
under the plenary power to be an incorrect original spelling 
of the generic name Helophorus (Coleoptera). Op. 1724 

emolus, Polyommatus, Godart, [1824], in Latreille & Godart, 
Encyclopedic Methodique, vol. 9(2), p. 656 (Lepidoptera). 
Op. 1527 

Emydes Brongniart, [1805], Essai d'une classification naturelle 
des reptiles ..., p. 27 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia, 
Testudines). Op. 1800 

Emys Dumeril, 1806, Zoologie analytique ou methode naturelle 
de classification des animaux .... p. 76 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by subsequent designation by Lindholm, 
1929, Zoologischer Anzeiger, 81: 282, footnote: Testudo 
lutaria Linnaeus, 1758, a junior subjective synonym of 
Testudo orbicularis Linnaeus, 1758) (Reptilia, Testudines). 
Op. 1800 

encrinula, Isis, Lamarck, 1815, Memoires du Museum 
d'Histoire Naturelle, 1: 415, as defined by the lectotype 
(specimen labelled 'Isis encrinula. Lk. Mopsea verticillaris. 
Lamx. De La N[ouv]elle Hollande par MM Peron and 
Lesueur 1809' in the Museum National d'Histoire 
Naturelle, Paris, illustrated and described by Bayer & 
Stefani, 1987) designated by Alderslade, 1992, Bulletin of 
Zoological Nomenclature, 49: 104 (specific name of the type 
species of Mopsea Lamouroux, 1816) (Anthozoa). Op. 
1738 

Endelomyia Ashmead, 1898, Canadian Entomologist, 30(10): 
256 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy and 
original designation: Selandria rosae Harris, 1841, a junior 
subjective synonym of Tenthredo aethiops Gmelin, 1790) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

endrachtensis, Tupinambis, Peron, 1807, Voyage de decouvertes 
aux Terres Australes, execute par ordre de Sa Majeste 
L'Empereur et Roi sur les Corvettes le Geographe, le 
Naturaliste, et la Goelette le Casuarina, pendant les annees 
1800, 1801, 1802, 1803 et 1804, vol. 1, p. 118 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1948 

Eophacops Delo, 1935, Journal of Paleontology, 9: 405 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Phacops handwerki 
Weller, 1907) (Trilobita). Op. 1846 

ephippium, Cassida, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei 
zoologici ditissimi Hamburgi, d. HI. Februar 1 796 auctionis 
lege distrahendi. Sectio Tenia. Continens Insecta, p. 65, 
ruled under the plenary power to be available despite 
having been published in a suppressed work (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1820 



ephippium, Reduvius, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei 
zoologici ditissimi Hamburgi. d. III. Februar 1 796 auctionis 
lege distrahendi. Sectio Tenia. Continens Insecta, p. 111. 
ruled under the plenary power to be available despite 
having been published in a suppressed work (Heteroptera). 
Op. 1820 

EPICRIIDAE (published as -Epicria') Fitzinger, 1843, 
Systema Reptiliwn ... fasciculus primus: Amblyglossae 
(Conspectus geographicus ) , p. 34. spelling emended to 
EPICRIUMIDAE following the ruling under the plenary 
power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the Code the 
stem of the generic name Epicrium Wagler. 1828 is 
EPICRIUM- (Amphibia, Gymnophiona). Ops. 1604. 1749 

EPICRIIDAE Berlese, 1885. Ballet tino della Societa 
Entomologica Italiana. 17: 129 (type genus: Epicrius 
Canestrini & Fanzago, 1877) (Arachnida. Acari). Op. 1749 

Epicrium Wagler, 1828, Isis (von Oken). 1828: col. 742 (gender: 
neuter) (type species, by designation by the Commission: 
Caecilia hypocyana Boie, 1827) (Amphibia, Gymnophiona). 
Ops. 1604, 1749 

EPICRIUMIDAE Fitzinger. 1843, Systema reptilium. 
Fasciculus primus (Amblyglossae), p. 34 (type genus: 
Epicrium Wagler, 1828), spelling emended from 
EPICRIIDAE by the ruling under the plenary power that 
for the purposes of Article 29 of the Code the stem of the 
generic name Epicrium Wagler, 1828 is EPICRIUM-, ruled 
under the plenary power that this name and other family- 
group names based on Epicrium are not to be given priority 
over ICHTHYOPHIIDAE Taylor, 1968 and other family- 
group names based on Ichthyophis Fitzinger, 1826 whenever 
their type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Amphibia, Gymnophiona). Op. 1749 

Epicrius Canestrini & Fanzago, 1877, Atti del Reale Istituto 
Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, (5)4(1): 131 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Epicrius 
geometricus Canestrini & Fanzago, 1877) (Arachnida. 
Acari). Op. 1749 

epigena, Phalaena, Stoll, [1790], Aanhangsel van het Werk, de 
Uitlandsche Kapellen, voorkomende in de drie Waereld- 
Deelen Asia, Africa en America, door den Heere Pieter 
Cramer, p. 72 (specific name of the type species of Rhogalia 
Hiibner, [1825]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1617 

Epizoanthus Gray, 1867, Proceedings of the Zoological Society 
of London, 1867: 237 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Dysidea papillosa Johnston, 1842) (Anthozoa). 
Op. 1689 

Eponides de Montfort, 1808, Conchyliologie systematique et 
classification methodique des coquilles. Coquilles univalves, 
cloisonnees, vol. 1, p. 127 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by original designation: Nautilus repandus Fichtel & Moll. 
1798) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1572 

equina, Taenia, Pallas, 1781, Neue nordische Beytraege .... vol. 
1, p. 71 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Cestoda). Op. 1427 

erato, Papilio, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 467, as defined by the neotype (specimen 'Berg, en 
Dal. Surinam, 1898-9. M\ch\s.leralo erato Linn./866./20.20. 
ex coll. Riffarth/Joicey Bequest, Brit. Mus. 1934-120' in the 
collections of the Natural History Museum, London) 
designated under the plenary power (Lepidoptera). Op. 
1386 

erecta, Achatina, Benson, 1842, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (1)9: 487, as defined by the neotype 
(specimen no. 1991 104A in the Natural History Museum, 
London) designated under the plenary power (specific 
name of the type species of Tortaxis Pilsbry, 1906) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1766 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



29 



Eremita Osbeck, 1765, Reise nach Ostindien und China, p. 356 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1 575 

Eretmosaurus Seeley. 1874, Quarterly Journal of the Geological 
Society of London, 30: 445 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Plesiosaurus rugosus Owen, 1840) 
(Reptilia, Plesiosauria). Op. 1831 

Erigone Audouin, [1826], Description de I'Egypte. Histoire 
Naturelle, vol. 1, part 4, p. 115 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Erigone 
longipalpis Sundevall, 1830) (Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 
1421 

Eriophyes von Siebold, 1851, Jahresbericht der schlesischen 
Gesellschaft fur vaterldndische Kultur, 28: 89 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Phytoptus pyri Pagenstecher, 1857) (Arachnida, 
Acarina). Op. 1521 

Eristalis Latreille, 1804, in: Nouveau Dictionnaire d'histoire 
naturelle ..., Ed. 1, vol. 24, p. 194 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Curtis, 1832, British 
entomology; being illustrations and descriptions of the genera 
of insects found in Great Britain and Ireland ..., vol. 9, pi. 
432 (text): Musca tenax Linnaeus, 1758) (Diptera). Op. 
1747 

erxlebella, Alucita, Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa insectorum, vol. 
2, p. 256, as defined by the neotype (the male specimen in 
the Zoological Museum, Copenhagen, labelled 
'WURTTEMBERG Grossbottwar Wunnenstein 22.5.69 L. 
Siissner', with its genitalia on a slide labelled 'TIN 58 <? P. 
Huemer') designated under the plenary power (specific 
name of the type species of Roeslerstammia Zeller, 1839) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1910 

eryonas, Cyclopides, Hewitson, 1877, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (4)20: 325 (specific name of the type 
species of Dalla Mabille, 1904) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1669 

erythrocephala, Musca, Meigen, 1826, Systematische Besch- 
reibung der bekannten europdischen zweifliigeligen Insekten, 
vol. 5, p. 62 (a junior primary homonym of Musca 
erythrocephala De Geer, 1776) (Diptera). Op. 1670 

Ethmia Hiibner, [1819], Verzeichniss bekannter Schmettlinge, p. 
163 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Phalaena pyrausta Hiibner, [1819]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1544 

ETHMIIDAE Busck, 1909, Proceedings of the Entomological 
Society of Washington, 11:91 (type genus: Ethmia Hiibner, 
[1819]), ruled under the plenary power that this name and 
other family-group names based on Ethmia are to be given 
precedence over AZINIDAE Walsingham, 1906 and other 
family-group names based on Azinis Walker, 1863 whenever 
their type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1544 

Euaspidoceras Spath, 1931, Palaeontographica indica, 9(2): 326 
(gender: neuter) (type species, by original designation: 
Ammonites perarmatus J. Sowerby, 1822) (Cephalopoda, 
Ammonoidea). Op. 1456 

Eucarphia Hiibner, [1825], Verzeichniss bekannter 
Schmetterlinge, p. 364 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Ragonot, 1885, Entomologist's 
Monthly Magazine, 22: 18: Tinea vinetella Fabricius, 1787) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1426 

Eucera Scopoli, 1770, Annus IV, historico-naturalis, p. 8 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation 
by Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes ..., p. 439: Apis 
longicornis Linnaeus, 1758) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 



EUCERIDAE Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle. generate et 
particuliere des crustaces et des insectes, vol. 3, p. 376 (type 
genus: Eucera Scopoli, 1770), ruled under the plenary 
power that this name and other family-group names based 
on Eucera are not to be given priority over 
ANTHOPHORIDAE Dahlbom, 1835 and other family- 
group names based on Anthophora Latreille, 1 803 whenever 
their type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

Euchroeus Latreille, 1809, Genera Crustaceorum et Insectorum, 
vol. 4, p. 49 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Chrysis purpurata Fabricius, 1787) (Hymeno- 
ptera). Op. 1906 

Euchromadora de Man, 1886, Anatomische Untersuchungen 
iiber freilebende Nordsee-Nematoden, p. 67 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by original designation: Chromadora vulgaris 
Bastian, 1865) (Nematoda). Op. 1815 

Eudistoma Caullery, 1909. Bulletin Scientifique de la France et 
de la Belgique, 42: 44 (gender: neuter) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Michaelsen, 1930, Die Fauna 
Siidwest-Australiens, 5(7): 489: Distoma rubrum Savigny, 
1816), ruled under the plenary power to be given 
precedence over Paessleria Michaelsen, 1907 whenever the 
two names are considered to be synonyms (Tunicata). Op. 
1865 

EUDOCIMIDAE Bonaparte, 1854, Annates des Sciences 
Naturelles, Zoologie, (4)1(1): 142 (type genus: Eudocimus 
Wagler, 1832), ruled under the plenary power that this 
name and other family-group names based on Eudocimus 
are not to be given priority over THRESKIORNITHTDAE 
Poche, 1904 and other family-group names based on 
Threskiornis Gray, 1842 whenever their type genera are 
placed in the same family-group taxon (Aves, 
Ciconiiformes). Op. 1674 

Eudocimus Wagler, 1832, Isis (von Oken), 1832: col. 1232 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Reichenow, 1877, Journal fur Ornithologie, 
25(2): 145: Scolopax rubra Linnaeus, 1758) (Aves, 
Ciconiiformes). Op. 1674 

Euglena Ehrenberg, 1830, Annalen der Physik und Chemie, 
94(n.f. 18): 502 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Dujardin, 1841, Histoire 
naturelle des Zoophytes. Infusoires, p. 358: Cercaria viridis 
Miiller, 1786) (Flagellata). Op. 1549 

Euglenes Westwood, 1830, Zoological Journal, London, 5: 59 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Pic, 1900, In: Bestimmungs-Tabelle der 
Europdischen Coleopteran, XL Heft, p. 3: Anthicus oculatus 
Paykull, 1798) (Coleoptera). Op. 1549 

EUGLENESIDAE Seidlitz, 1875, Fauna Baltica, p. 380 
(emendation of EUGLENIDAE) (type genus: Euglenes 
Westwood, 1830), ruled under the plenary power that this 
name and other family-group names based on Euglenes are 
not to be given priority over ADERIDAE Winkler, 1927 
and other family-group names based on Aderus Stephens, 

1829 whenever their type genera are placed in the same 
family-group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1549 

EUGLENIDAE Seidlitz, 1875, Fauna Baltica, p. 380, spelling 
emended to EUGLENESIDAE following the ruling under 
the plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the 
Code the stem of the generic name Euglenes Westwood, 

1830 is EUGLENES- (Coleoptera). Op. 1549 

EUGLENIDAE Stein, 1878, Der Organismus der Infusion- 
sthiere, vol. 3(1), p. x (type genus: Euglena Ehrenberg, 1830) 
(Flagellata). Op. 1549 

Eugynothrips Priesner, 1926, Treubia, 8(Supplement): 157 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Cryptothrips conocephali Karny, 1913) 
(Thysanoptera). Op. 1442 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Euhyaena Falconer, 1868, Palaeontological memoirs and notes, 
vol. 2, p. 464 (a junior objective synonym of Hyaena 
Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia, Carnivora). Op. 1894 

euleri, Coccyzus, Cabanis, 1873, Journal fur Omithologie, 
(4)1(1): 72 (Aves, Cuculiformes). Op. 1688 

Eulima Risso, 1826, Histoire naturelle des principales 
productions de i Europe meridionale et particulierement de 
celles des environs de Nice et des Alpes Maritimes, vol. 4, p. 
123 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Herrmannsen, 1847, Indicis generum 
malacozoorum primordia, vol. 1, p. 431: Turbo subulatus 
Donovan, 1804, an unnecessary replacement name for 
Strombiformis glaber Da Costa, 1778) (Gastropoda). Op. 
1718 

Eulophus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 2, p. 312 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent monotypy by 
Olivier, 1792, Encyclopedic methodique, histoire naturelle, 
insectes, vol. 6, p. 454: Ichneumon ramicornis Fabricius, 
1781) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1754 

Eumeros Meigen, 1803, Magazinfur Insektenkunde (Illiger), 2: 
273 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1747 

Eumerus Meigen, 1804, Klassifikazion und Beschreibung der 
europdischen zweifliigeligen Insekten (Diptera Linn.), vol. 1, 
part 1, p. xx, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Eumerus Meigen, 1822 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 
1747 

Eumerus Meigen, 1822, Systematische Beschreibung der 
bekannten europdischen zweifliigeligen Insekten, vol. 3, p. 
202 (gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Curtis, 1839, British entomology; being 
illustrations and descriptions of the genera of insects found in 
Great Britain and Ireland .... vol. 16, pi. 749 (text): Syrphus 
tricolor Fabricius, 1798) (Diptera). Op. 1747 

Eumesia Felder & Felder, [1867], Reise der Osterreichischen 
Fregatte 'Novara' um die Erde, p. 504 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1669 

EUMESIIDAE Felder & Felder, [1867], Reise der 
Osterreichischen Fregatte 'Novara' um die Erde, p. 504 
(name of the type genus suppressed under the plenary 
power) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1669 

Eumetopias Gill, 1 866, Proceedings of the Essex Institute, 5: 7 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Arctocephalus monteriensis Gray, 1859, a junior subjective 
synonym of Phoca jubata Schreber, 1776) (Mammalia, 
Pinnipedia). Op. 1962 

EUOMPHALIDAE de Koninck, 1881, Musee Royal 
d'Histoire Naturelle de Belgique, Annales &c (Serie 
Paleontologique ) , 6: 106 (type genus: Euomphalus Sowerby, 
1814) (Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

Euomphalus Sowerby, 1814, The Mineral Conchology of Great 
Britain, vol. 1, no. 9, p. 97 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by subsequent designation by Meek & Worthen, 1866, 
Geological Survey of Illinois, vol. 2 (Paleontology), section 
2, p. 158: Euomphalus pentangulatus Sowerby, 1814) 
(Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

Euphaedra Hiibner, [1819], Verzeichniss bekannter 
Schmettlinge, p. 39 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Scudder, 1875, Proceedings of 
the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 10: 172: 
Papilio cyparissa Cramer, [1775]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1380 



europaeus, Learedius, Price, 1934, Journal of the Washington 
Academy of Sciences, 24: 138 (a junior objective synonym 
of Distoma constriction Leared, 1862) (Digenea). Op. 1875 

Europosphaera Verhoeff. 1943, Zeitschrift fur Morphologic und 
Okologie der Tiere, 39: 169 (unavailable because published 
without fixation of the type species) (Isopoda). Op. 1574 

Eurymeloides Ashmead, 1889, Entonwlogica Americana. 5(7): 
126 (gender: feminine) (type species, confirmed by the 
Commission to be by subsequent designation by Kirkaldy, 
1906, Bulletin of the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association 
Experiment Station (Entomological Series), 1(9): 354: 
Eurymela bicincta Erichson, 1842) (Homoptera). Op. 1706 

Eustixia Hiibner, 1823, Zutrdge zur Sammlung exotischer 
Schmetterlinge , vol. 1, p. 24 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Kirby. 1892, A 
synoptic catalogue of Lepidoptera Heterocera (Moths), vol. 
1 (Sphinges and Bombyces), p. 339: Eustixia pupula 
Hiibner, 1823) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1927 

Eustixis Hiibner, [1831], Zutrdge zur Sammlung exotischer 
Schmetterlinge, vol. 3, p. 24 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). 
Op. 1927 

excisus, Curculio, Fabricius, 1801, Systema Eleutheratorum, 
vol. 2, p. 531 (senior subjective synonym of the specific 
name of Chlorophanus fallax Sahlberg, 1823, the type 
species of Chlorophanus Sahlberg, 1823) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1642 

exiguus, Graptolites lobiferus var. B, Nicholson, 1868, 
Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, 24: 
533, and all uses of the name prior to the publication of 
Monograptus exiguus Lapworth, 1876 (suppressed under 
the -plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Graptolithina). 
Op. 1620 

exiguus, Monograptus, Lapworth, 1876, Geological Magazine. 
(2)3: 503, as defined by the lectotype (specimen no. BU 
1654 in the University of Birmingham, U.K.) designated by 
Loydell, 1989, Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 46: 33 
(Graptolithina). Op. 1620 

exoleta, Venus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 688 (specific name of the senior objective synonym of 
Pectunculus capillaceus da Costa, 1778, the type species of 
Pectunculus da Costa, 1778) (Bivalvia). Op. 1414 

Exoprosopa Macquart. 1840, Dipteres exotiques nouveaux ou 
peu connus, vol. 2, part 1, p. 35 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, ruled under the plenary power to be by subsequent 
designation by Coquillett, 1910, Proceedings of the United 
States Museum of Natural History, 37: 544: Anthrax 
pandora Fabricius, 1805) (Diptera). Op. 1632 

exsul, Crotalus, Garman, 1884, Memoirs of the Museum of 
Comparative Zoology of Harvard College, 8(3): 114, ruled 
under the plenary power not to be given priority over the 
subspecific name of Crotalus adamanteus ruber Cope, 1 892 
whenever the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1960 

faba, Nautilus, Fichtel & Moll, 1798, Testacea microscopica 
aliaque minuta ex generibus Argonauta et Nautilus ad 
naturam picta et descripta, p. 103 (specific name of the type 
species of Nonion de Montfort, 1808) (Foraminiferida). Op. 
1567 

fabriciana, Horia, Betrem, 1929. Tijdschrift voor Entomologie, 
72: xxvii (specific name of the type species of Horia 
Fabricius, 1787) (Coleoptera). Op. 1918 

facchino, Cancer, Herbst, 1785, Versuch einer Naturgeschichic 
der Krabben und Krebse, vol. 1 , part 6, p. 1 90 (specific name 
of the type species of Dorippoides Serene & Romimohtarto, 
1969) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1437 



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31 



falcatus, Ammonites, Mantell, 1822, The fossils of the South 
Downs; or illustrations of the geology of Sussex, p. 117, pi. 
21, figs. 6, 12 (specific name of the type species of 
Hyphoplites Spath, 1922) (Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea). 
Op. 1609 

falcifera, Plusia, Kirby, 1837, in Richardson (Ed.), Fauna 
Boreali- Americana, part 4 (The insects), p. 308 (Lepido- 
ptera). Op. 1682 

Falciger Dejean, 1821, Catalogue de la Collection des 
Coleopteres de M. le Baron Dejean, p. 84 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1529 

falclandica, Astacilla, Ohlin, 1901, Svenska Expeditionen till 
Magellanslanderna, 2(11): 266 (confirmed by the 
Commission as the specific name of the type species of 
Neastacilla Tattersall, 1921) (Isopoda). Op. 1457 

fallax, Triacodon, Marsh. 1871, American Journal of Science, 
(3)2: 123 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Mammalia, Carnivora). Op. 
1517 

fascia t us, Anthribus, Forster, 1770, A catalogue of British 
insects, p. 5 (specific name of the type species of Anthribus 
Geoffrey, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

fasciatus, Tropidolepis, Gray, 1831, in Griffith, E. & Pidgeon, 
E. (Eds.), The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with 
its organization, by the Baron Cuvier, with additional 
descriptions of all the species hitherto named, and of many 
not before noticed, vol. 9 (Supplement), p. 44 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1909 

fascicularis, Simia, Raffles, 1821, Transactions of the Linnean 
Society of London, 13: 346 (Mammalia, Primates). Op. 
1400 " 

Fasciolites Parkinson, 1811, Organic remains of a former world, 
p. 158 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1501 

fatal is. Solpuga, Lichtenstein, 1 796, Catalogus musei zoologici 
ditissimi Hamburgi, d. III. Februar 1796 auctionis lege 
distrahendi. Sectio Tenia. Continens Insecta, p. 217, ruled 
under the plenary power to be available despite having been 
published in a suppressed work (Solifugae). Op. 1820 

fausti, Helophorus, Kuwert, 1887, Wiener entomologische 
Zeitung, 6: 165, ruled under the plenary power not to be 
given priority over the specific name of Helophorus 
(Trichelophorus) obscurellus Poppius, 1907 whenever the 
two names are considered to be synonyms (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1630 

felis, Silurus, Linnaeus, 1766, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 12, vol. 
1(1), p. 501, as defined by the neotype (specimen no. 
BMNH 1985.11.11:1 in the collections of the Natural 
History Museum, London) designated under the plenary 
power, any type specimen status of the specimen no. 125 in 
the Linnean Society of London collection, labelled Silurus 
felis Linnaeus, No. 19 of Garden, being set aside under the 
plenary power (Osteichthyes, Siluriformes). Op. 1547 

femorale, Murex, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 749 (specific name of the type species of 
Cymatium [Roding], 1798) (Gastropoda). Op. 1650 

femorata, Dryops, Fabricius, 1792, Entomologia systematica, 
vol. 1, part 2, p. 74 (specific name of the type species of 
Oncomera Stephens, 1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1506 



femorata, Phora, Meigen, 1830, Systematische Beschreibung 
der bekannten Europaischen Zweifliigeligen, vol. 6, p. 213 
(senior subjective synonym by the first reviser action of 
Zetterstedt, 1848, Diptera Scandinaviae disposita et 
descripta, p. 2886, of the specific name of Phora flavimana 
Meigen, 1830, the type species of Borophaga Enderlein, 
1924) (Diptera). Op. 1863 

fenestralis, Helomyza, Fallen, 1820, Heteromyzides Sveciae, p. 
5 (specific name of the type species of Oecothea Haliday in 
Curtis, 1837) (Diptera). Op. 1797 

fergusoni, Conus, GB. Sowerby III, 1873, Proceedings of the 
Zoological Society of London, 1873: 145, ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over the specific 
name of Conus fulvocinctus Crosse, 1872 whenever the two 
names are considered to be synonyms (Gastropoda). Op. 
1502 

ferruginea, Musca, Scopoli, 1763, Entomologica carniolica 
exhibens insecta ..., p. 340 (specific name of the type 
species of Coenomyia Latreille, 1796) (Diptera). Op. 1870 

ferruginea, Simulia, Wahlberg, 1844, Ofversigt at Kongl. 
Vetenskaps-Akademiens Forhandlingar, vol. 1, p. 110, ruled 
under the plenary power to be given precedence over the 
specific names of Simulia rufa Meigen, 1838 and Simulia 
borealis Zetterstedt, 1842 whenever these names are 
considered to be synonyms of ferruginea (Diptera). Op. 
1496 

ferrugineus, Conops, Linnaeus, 1761, Fauna svecica sistens 
animalia sveciae regni, Ed. 2, p. 468 (specific name of the 
type species of Sicus Scopoli, 1763) (Diptera). Op. 1870 

fertilis, Anemia, Verrill, 1869, American Journal of Science and 
Arts, (2)48: 430 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Branchiopoda). Op. 1704 

festiva, Buprestis, Linnaeus, 1767, Systema Naturae, Ed. 12, 
vol. 1, part 2, p. 663 (specific name of the type species of 
Palmar Schaefer, 1949) (Coleoptera). Op. 1825 

fibratus, Limax, Martyn, 1784, The universal conchologist ..., 
vol. 1, pi. 25 (specific name of the type species of 
Placostylus Beck, 1837), ruled under the plenary power to 
be an available name despite being published in a work 
rejected for nomenclatural purposes (Gastropoda). Op. 
1662 

filamentosus. Callionymus, Valenciennes in Cuvier & 
Valenciennes, 1837, Histoire naturelle des poissons, vol. 12, 
p. 303 (Osteichthyes, Callionymidae). Op. 1388 

Filellum Hincks, 1868, A history of the British hydroid 
zoophytes, vol. 1, p. 214 (gender: neuter) (type species, by 
monotypy: Campanularia serpens Hassall, 1848) 
(Hydrozoa). Op. 1485 

Filimanus Myers, 1936, Journal of the Washington Academy of 
Sciences, 26(9): 379 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Filimanus perplexa 
Feltes, 1991) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1761 

filum. Mantis, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei zoologici 
ditissimi Hamburgi, d. HI. Februar 1796 auctionis lege 
distrahendi. Sectio Tenia. Continens Insecta, p. 81, ruled 
under the plenary power to be available despite having been 
published in a suppressed work (Mantodea). Op. 1820 

fimbriatum, Gasterostomum, Siebold, 1848, Lehrbuch der 
vergleichende Anatomie der wirbellosen Thiere, vol. 1, p. 129, 
as defined by the lectotype designated by Baturo, 1979, 
Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 36: 33 (a junior 
objective synonym of the specific name of Bucephalus 
polymorphic Baer, 1827) (Trematoda). Op. 1717 



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fitzingeri, Laemanctus, Wiegmann, 1834, Herpetologia 
Mexicana, seu descriptio amphibiorum Novae Hispaniae ... 
Pars prima, saurorum species amplectens .... p. 46 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1777 

Fizesereneia Takeda & Tamura, 1980, Bulletin of the National 
Science Museum, Tokyo, (A)6: 137 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, confirmed by the Commission to be by original 
designation: Troglocarcinus heimi Fize & Serene, 1956) 
(Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1591 

flabellipes, Curculio, Olivier, 1807, Entomologie, ou histoire 
naturelle des insectes ... Coleopteres, p. 374 (specific name of 
the type species of Geonemus Schonherr, 1833) (Coleo- 
ptera). Op. 1493 

flava, Zonitis, Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae .... p. 127 
(specific name of the type species of Zonitis Fabricius, 
1775) (Coleoptera). Op. 1918 

flavicans, Sylvia, Vieillot, [1820], in Bonnaterre & Vieillot, 
Tableau encyclopaedique et methodique, trois regnes de la 
nature, ornithologie, vol. 2, p. 438 (Aves). Op. 1859 

flavicollo, Psittacus banksii, Kerr, 1792, The animal kingdom, 
or zoological system, of the celebrated Sir Charles Linnaeus, 
vol. 1, part 2, p. 586 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves, 
Psittaciformes). Op. 1833 

flavicornis, Leuckartia, Claus, 1863, Die frei lebenden 
Copepoden mit besonderer Berucksichtigung der Fauna 
Deutschlands, der Nordsee und des Mittehneeres, p. 183 
(specific name of the type species of Lucicutia Giesbrecht 
in Giesbrecht & Schmeil, 1898) (Copepoda). Op. 1613 

flavipes, Syrphus, Panzer, 1798, Faunae insectorum germanicae 
initio oder Deutschlands Insecten, Heft 54, p. 10 (specific 
name of the type species of Cheilosia Meigen, 1822) 
(Diptera). Op. 1744 

flexuosa, Geoteuthis, Miinster, 1843, in Minister, G. Graf zu, 
Meyer, H.V. & Wagner, R. (Eds.), Beitrdge zur Petrefacten- 
Kunde ..., p. 75 (specific name of the type species of 
Parabelopeltis Naef, 1921) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 
1914 

Florilus de Montfort, 1808, Conchyliologie systematique et 
classification methodique des coquilles. Coquilles univalves, 
cloisonnees, vol. 1, p. 134 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Foraminiferida). 
Op. 1568 

fluminensis, Cynopoecilus, Faria & Muller, 1937, Revista Naval, 
37(3): 99 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, 
Cyprinodontiformes). Op. 1762 

foetidus, Scarabaeus, Herbst, 1783, Archiv der Insectenge- 
schichte, 4: 7 (Coleoptera). Op. 1890 

Folsomia Willem, 1902, Annales de la Societe Entomologique 
de Belgique, 46: 280 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Folsomia Candida Willem, 1902) (Collembola). 
Op. 1431 

Fonscolombia Lichtenstein, 1877, Entomologist's Monthly 
Magazine, 14: 35 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Fonscolombia graminis Lichtenstein, 1877) 
(Homoptera). Op. 1654 

fontisbellaquaei, Omalisus, Geoffroy in Fourcroy, 1785, 
Entomologia Parisiensis, vol. 1, p. 64 (specific name of the 
type species of Omalisus Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 

1754 



Fontiscrutor Pandelle. 1876. Anales de la Sociedad Espanola de 
Historia Natural, 5: 58 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1891 

Forbicina Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 2, p. 611 (a junior 
objective synonym of Lepisma Linnaeus. 1758) (Thy- 
sanura). Op. 1754 

Formicaleo Geoffroy, 1 762. Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 2. p. 256 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Neuroptera). Op. 1754 

forskahli, Pleurobranchus, Delle Chiaje, 1822. Memorie sulla 
storia e notomia degli animali senza vertebre del Regno di 
Napoli, Figure, pi. 41, fig. 1 1 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1767 

forskalii, Pleurobranchus, Riippell & Leuckart, [1828], in: Atlas 
zu der Reise im nordlichen Afrika von Eduard Riippell, p. 18. 
pi. 5, figs. 2a, 2b (Gastropoda). Op. 1767 

forsteri, Natrix, Wagler in Spix, 1824. Serpentum Brasiliensium 
species novae ..., p. 16 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymv) (Reptilia. Serpentes). 
Op. 1832 

fragilis, Spongia, Montagu, 1818, Memoirs of the Wernerian 
Natural History Society, 2: 1 14 (specific name of the type 
species of Dysidea Johnston, 1842) (Porifera, Keratosa). 
Op. 1550 

franciscana, Artemia, Kellogg, 1906, Science, (n.s.)24: 596. 
ruled under the plenary power to be given precedence over 
the specific name of Artemia gracilis Verrill. 1869 whenever 
the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Branchiopoda). Op. 1704 

frenatus, Helioses, Cuvier, 1830, Histoire Naturelle des 
Poissons, vol. 5, p. 498 (suppressed under the plenary' power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, 
Perciformes). Op. 1563 

frischii, Melolontha, Fabricius. 1 775. Systema Entomologiae. p. 
37 (specific name of the type species of Anomala 
Samouelle, 1819) (Coleoptera). Op. 1546 

Fryeria Gray, 1853, Annals and Magazine of Natural History. 
(2)11: 221 (gender: feminine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Fryeria rueppelii Bergh. 1869) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1663 

fulgens, Leptoclinum, Milne Edwards. 1841, Memoires de 
VAcademie des Sciences de ITnstitui de France, 18: 299 
(specific name of the type species of Leptoclinum Milne 
Edwards, 1841) (Tunicata, Ascidiacea). Op. 1412 

fulmen, Conus, Reeve. 1843, Monograph of the genus Conns. 
In: Conchologia iconica; a complete repertory of species, vol. 
1, species no. 215, pi. 39, fig. 215 (Gastropoda). Op. 1699 

fulvocinctus, Conus, Crosse, 1 872, Journal de Conchyliologie. 
20: 214. ruled under the plenary power not to be given 
priority over the specific name of Conus fergusoni GB. 
Sowerby III, 1873 whenever the two names are considered 
to be synonyms (Gastropoda). Op. 1502 

fur, Cerambyx, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae. Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 393 (specific name of the type species of Ptinus 
Linnaeus, 1767) (Coleoptera). Op. 1809 



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33 



Fursenkoina Loeblich & Tappan, 1961, Journal of Pale- 
ontology, 35: 314 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy of the replaced nominal genus Virgulina 
d'Orbigny, 1826: Virgulina squammosa d'Orbigny, 1826) 
(Foraminiferida). Op. 1834 

fuscipes, Dytiscus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 411 (specific name of the type species of 
Hydrobius Leach, 1815) (Coleoptera). Op. 1577 

fuscopterus, Psocus, Latreille, 1799, in de Montbret (Ed.), 
Illustratio iconographica Insectorum quae in Musaeis 
Parisiensis observavit et in tecum editit J.C. Fabricius .... 
decas 1-111, p. 10 (senior subjective synonym of Caecilius 
fenestratus Curtis, 1837, the type species of Caecilius 
Curtis, 1837) (Psocoptera). Op. 1462 

fuscus, Ptilinus, Geoffroy in Fourcroy, 1785, Entomologia 
Parisiensis, vol. 1, p. 4 (specific name of the first available 
subjective synonym of Ptilinus cylindricus Miiller, 1 776. the 
type species of Ptilinus Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1754 

Fusinus Rafinesque, 1815, Analyse de la nature ou tableau de 
Vunivers ..., p. 145 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
subsequent monotypy by Lamarck, 1799, Memoires de la 
Societe d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris, 1: 73, of the replaced 
nominal genus Fusus Bruguiere, 1789: Murex colus 
Linnaeus, 1758) (Gastropoda). Op. 1765 

Fusus [Roding], 1798, Museum Boltenianum ... Pars secunda 
continens Conchylia sive Testacea univahia, bivalvia & 
multivalvia, p. 118 (a junior homonym of Fusus Helbling, 
1779 and of Fusus Bruguiere, 1789) (Gastropoda). Op. 1765 

Fusus Bruguiere, 1789, Encyclopedic methodique. Histoire 
naturelle des vers, vol. 1, part 1, p. xv (a junior homonym of 
Fusus Helbling, 1779) (Gastropoda). Op. 1765 

Fusus Helbling, 1 779, Abhandlungen einer Privatgesellschaft in 
Bohmen, 4: 116 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1765 

gaimardianus, Mugil, Desmarest, 1831, in Bory de Saint- 
Vincent (Ed.), Dictionnaire classique d' histoire naturelle, 
vol. 17 (Atlas et illustration des planches), pi. 109 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1787 

Galba Schrank, 1803, Fauna Boica. Durchgedachte Geschichte 
der in Baiern einheimischen und zahmen Thiere, Band 3, 
Heft 2, p. 262 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Buccinum 
truncatulum Miiller, 1774) (Gastropoda). Op. 1896 

galbineus. Armadillo, Eschscholtz, 1823, Memoires de la 
Societe Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou, 6: 112 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Crustacea, Isopoda). Op. 1848 

galeata, Testudo, Schoepff, 1792, Historia testudinum iconibus 
illustrata, p. 12 (specific name of the type species of 
Pelomedusa Wagler, 1830) (Reptilia, Testudines). Op. 1534 

galeatum, Monostoma, Rudolphi, 1819, Entozoorum synopsis, 
cui accedunt mantissa duplex et indices locupletissimi, p. 86 
(senior subjective synonym of the specific name of 
Gasterostomum minimum Wagener, 1852, the type species of 
Rhipidocotyle Diesing, 1858) (Trematoda). Op. 1717 

Galeruca Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 251 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 432: 
Chrysomela tanaceti Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1754 



gangeticus, Delphinus, Roxburgh, 1801, Asiatic Researches 
[Calcutta edition], p. 171 (specific name of the type species 
of Platanista Wagler, 1830) (Mammalia, Cetacea). Op. 
1565 

gardeniella, Eriophyes, Keifer. 1964, Eriophyid Studies B-12, 
California Department of Agriculture, p. 9 (specific name of 
the type species of Colomerus Newkirk & Keifer, 1971) 
(Arachnida, Acarina). Op. 1521 

garnotii, Hemidactylus, Dumeril & Bibron, 1836, Erpetologie 
generate ou histoire naturelle complete des reptiles, vol. 3, p. 
368 (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1908 

Gasterostomum Siebold, 1848, Lehrbuch der vergleichende 
Anatomie der wirbellosen Thiere, vol. 1, p. 129 (a junior 
objective synonym of Bucephalus Baer. 1827) (Trematoda). 
Op. 1717 

Gaussia Wolfenden, 1905, Plankton Studies, part 1, p. 5 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Pleuromma princeps Scott, 1894) 
(Copepoda). Op. 1590 

Gemmura Smith, 1968, Annals of the Entomological Society of 
America, 61(6): 1401 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
original designation: Nematus (Cryptocampus) mucronatus 
Hartig, 1837) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

gemonensis, Natrix, Laurenti, 1768, Specimen medicum. 
exhibens synopsin reptilium emendatam ..., p. 76, as defined 
by the neotype (specimen no. 1357.70 in the Museum 
d'Histoire Naturelle, Geneva) designated under the plenary 
power (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1686 

Geoderces Horn, 1876, Proceedings of the American 
Philosophical Society, 15(96): 70 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, ruled under the plenary power to be by original 
designation: Trachyphloeus melanothrix Kirby, 1837) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1452 

geometricus, Epicrius, Canestrini & Fanzago, 1877, Atti del 
Reale Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, (5)4(1): 131 
(specific name of the type species of Epicrius Canestrini & 
Fanzago, 1877) (Arachnida, Acari). Op. 1749 

Geonemus Schonherr, 1833, Synonymia Insectorum, Genera et 
species curculionidum, cum synonymia hujus familiae, vol. 1, 
p. 13 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Curculio flabellipes Olivier, 1807) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1493 

Geopeltis Regteren Altena, 1949, Archives du Musee Teyler, 
(3)10: 56 (gender: feminine) (type species, by original 
designation: Belopeltis simplex Voltz, 1840) (Cephalopoda, 
Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

Georissus Latreille, 1809, Genera Crustaceorum et Insectorum, 
secundum ordinem naturalem in Familias disposita, iconibus 
exemplisque plurimus explicata, vol. 4, p. 377 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Pimelia pygmaea 
Fabricius, 1798, a junior subjective synonym of Byrrhus 
crenulatus Rossi, 1794) (Coleoptera). Op. 1891 

Georyssus Stephens, 1828, Illustrations of British entomology 
... Mandibulata, vol. 2, p. 105 (a junior objective synonym 
of Georissus Latreille, 1809) (Coleoptera). Op. 1891 

Geoteuthis Munster, 1843, in Munster, G. Graf zu, Meyer, 
H.V & Wagner, R. (Eds.), Beitrdge zur Petrefacten-Kunde 
..., p. 68 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Biilow-Trummer, 1920, Fossilium Catalogus 
1: Animalia, part 11 (Cephalopoda dibranchiata), p. 252: 
Loligo bollensis Schiibler in Zieten, 1832) (Cephalopoda. 
Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

Geotriton Bonaparte, [1832], Iconografia della fauna Italica per 
le quattro classi degli animali vertebrati, vol. 2 (Amfibi), 
fasc. 1, pp. [243]-[244] (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Amphibia, 
Caudata). Op. 1866 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



germari, Corisa, Fieber, 1848, Nouveaux Memoires de la 
Societe Imperiale des naturalistes de Moscou, 21: 531, as 
defined by the neotype (male specimen, glued on card and 
labelled: '(1) male, (2) 12.10.44, Adolfshiitte, Oberlausitz, 
Dr. Jordan, (3) Arctocorisa germari (Fieber) det. A. 
Jansson 1985, (4) Neotype Corisa germari Fieber. (5) Zool. 
Mus. Berlin', deposited in the Zoological Museum, 
Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany) designated under 
the plenary power (Heteroptera). Op. 1523 

gibba, Sphex, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1, 
p. 571 (specific name of the type species of Sphecodes 
Latreille, 1804) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

gigantea, Alee, Blumenbach, 1799, Handbuch der 
Naturgeschichte, 6 th Ed., vol. 16, p. 697 (senior subjective 
synonym of Megaloceros antiquorum Brookes, 1828, the 
specific name of the type species of Megaloceros Brookes, 
1828) (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 1566 

gigantea, Procellaria, Gmelin, [1789], Caroli a Linne Systema 
Naturae, Ed. 13, vol. 1, part 2 (Aves), p. 563, as defined by 
the neotype (specimen no. 1911 340 in the Catalogue 
General of the Laboratoire de Zoologie: Mammiferes et 
Oiseaux, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris) 
designated under the plenary power (specific name of the 
type species of Macronectes Richmond, 1905) (Aves, 
Procellariiformes). Op. 1751 

giganteus, Bathynomus, Milne Edwards, 1879, Comptes Rendus 
de I'Academie des Sciences, Paris, 88: 21 (specific name of 
the type species of Bathynomus Milne Edwards, 1879) 
(Isopoda). Op. 1668 

giganteus, Turrilites, de Haan, 1825, Specimen Philosophicum 
Inaugurale. Exhibens Monographiae Ammoniteorum et 
Goniatiteorum ..., p. 78 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Cephalopoda, 
Ammonoidea). Op. 1925 

giganteus, Unio, Barnes, 1823, American Journal of Science 
and Arts, 6: 1 19 (valid specific name of the senior subjective 
synonym of Unio hews Say, 1829, the type species of 
Megalonaias Utterback, 1915) (Bivalvia). Op. 1487 

gigas, Ascalabotes, Bocage, 1875, Jornal de Sciencias 
Mathematicas, Physicas e Naturaes, 5: 108 (Reptilia, 
Squamata). Op. 1585 

gigas, Ichneumon, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 560 (specific name of the type species of Urocerus 
Geoffroy, 1762) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1754 

Giraffa Brisson, 1762, Regnum Animale in classes IX 
distributum, sive synopsis methodica, Ed. 2, pp. 12, 37 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Cervus camelopardalis Linnaeus, 1758), 
ruled under the plenary power to be taken as first available 
from Brisson, 1762, despite that being a work rejected for 
nomenclatural purposes (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 
1894 

Glabella Loew, 1873, Beschreibung europdischer Dipteren, 
Band 3, p. 208 (a junior homonym of Glabella Swainson. 
1840) ( Dip tera). Op. 1545 

Glabellula Bezzi, 1902, Zeitschrift fur Systematische 
Hymenopterologie und Dipterologie, 2: 191 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
pov/er: Platygaster arcticus Zetterstedt, 1838) (Diptera). 
Op. 1545 

glaber, Strombiformis, Da Costa, 1778, Historia naturalis 
testaceorum Britanniae or, the British conchology ..., p. 117, 
as defined by the neotype designated by Waren, 1989, 
Journal of Conchology, 33(4): 220 (senior objective 
synonym of the specific name of Turbo subidatus Donovan, 
1804, the type species of Eulima Risso, 1826) (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1718 



glabrata, Tenthredo, Fallen, 1808, Kongl. Vetenskaps Acade- 
miens Handlingar. 29(2): 108 (senior subjective synonym of 
Ametastegia fulvipes A. Costa. 1882. the type species of 
Ametastegia A. Costa, 1882) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

glaucus. Scomber, Linnaeus, 1758. Systema Naturae. Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 298 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes. Perciformes). 
Op. 1841 

Glis Brisson, 1762, Regnum Animale in classes IX distributum, 
sive synopsis methodica, Ed. 2, pp. 13, 113 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Sciurus glis Linnaeus, 1766), ruled under the 
plenary power to be taken as first available from Brisson, 
1762, despite that being a work rejected for nomenclatural 
purposes (Mammalia, Rodentia). Op. 1894 

Glis Erxleben, 1777, Systema regni animalis ... Classis 1 
(Mammalia), p. 358 (a junior homonym of Glis Brisson, 
1762) (Mammalia, Rodentia). Op. 1894 

glis, Sciurus, Linnaeus, 1766, Systema Naturae, Ed. 12, vol. 1, 
p. 87 (specific name of the type species of Glis Brisson. 
1762) (Mammalia, Rodentia). Op. 1894 

globatot; Oniscus, Cuvier, 1792, Journal d'Histoire Naturelle 
(Paris), 2(13): 24 (a junior homonym of Oniscus globator 
Pallas, 1772) (Isopoda). Op. 1897 

globator, Oniscus, Pallas, 1772, Spicilegia zoologica, (9): 70 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Isopoda). Op. 1574 

globiceps, Asaphus, Phillips, 1836. Illustrations of the geology 
of Yorkshire: or, a description of the strata and organic 
remains: accompanied by a geological map, sections, and 
diagrams, and figures of the fossils, part 2 (The Mountain 
Limestone District), p. 240 (specific name of the type 
species of Bollandia Reed, 1943) (Trilobita). Op. 1652 

Glomeris Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle, generate et 
particuliere des crust aces et des insect es, vol. 3, p. 44 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation 
by Jeekel, 1971, Monografieen van de Nederlandse 
Entomologische Vereniging, 5: 14: Oniscus pustulatus 
Fabricius, 1781) (Diplopoda). Op. 1897 

gloriosa, Chrysis, Fabricius, 1793, Entomologia Systematica 
emendata et aucta, vol. 2, p. 242 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1906 

Glossodoris Ehrenberg, 1831, Symbolae physicae seu icones et 
descriptiones animalium evertabratorum sepositis insectis 
quae ex itinere per Africam borealem et Asiam occidentalem. 
Decas 1 Mollusca (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Gray, 1847, Proceedings of the 
Zoological Society of London. 1847: 164: Doris (Glosso- 
doris) xanthoteuca Ehrenberg, 1831, a junior subjective 
synonym of Doris pallida Ruppell & Leuckart, 1830 or 
1831) (Gastropoda). Op. 1375 

glutinosa, Caecilia, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 229 (specific name of the type species of 
Ichrhvophis Fitzinger, 1826) (Amphibia, Gymnophiona). 
Op. 1604 

Glycimeris Lamarck, 1799, Memoires de la Societe d'Histoire 
Naturelle de Paris, 1799: 83 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Bivalvia). Op. 
1414 

Glycimeris Lamarck, 1801, Systeme des Animaux sans 
Vertebres, p. 126 (a junior homonym of Glycimeris 

Lamarck, 1799) (Bivalvia). Op. 1414 



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35 



glycimeris, Mya, Born, 1778, Index Rerum Naturalium Musei 
Caesarei Vindibonsis Pars 1, Testacea, p. 10 (specific name 
of the senior subjective synonym of Panopea aldrovandi 
Menard de la Groye, 1807, the type species of Panopea 
Menard de la Groye, 1807) (Bivalvia). Op. 1414 

GLYCYMERIDIDAE Newton, 1916, Journal of Conchology, 
15: 83 (type genus: Glycymeris da Costa, 1778) (Bivalvia). 
Op. 1414 

Glycymeris da Costa, 1778, British Conchology, p. 168 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by absolute tautonymy: Area 
glycymeris Linnaeus, 1758) (Bivalvia). Op. 1414 

glycymeris, Area, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 695 (specific name of the type species of 
Glycymeris da Costa, 1778) (Bivalvia). Op. 1414 

GLYPHIPTERIGIDAE Stainton, 1854, Insecta Britannica, 
Lepidoptera, p. 169 (type genus: Glyphipterix Hiibner, 
[1825]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1418 

Glyphipterix Hiibner, [1825], Verzeichniss bekannter 
Schmettlinge, p. 421 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Tinea 
bergstraesserella Fabricius, 1781) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1418 

Glyphipteryx Curtis, 1827, British entomology, vol. 4, p. 152 
(an unjustified emendation of Glyphipterix Hiibner, [1825]) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1418 

Glyptagnostus Whitehouse, 1936, Memoirs of the Queensland 
Museum, 11: 101 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
original designation: Glyptagnostus toreuma Whitehouse, 
1936) (Trilobita). Op. 1701 

Gnamptodon Haliday, 1833, Entomological Magazine, 1: 265 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Bracon pumilio Nees, 1834) (Hymenoptera). 
Op. 1424 

Gnaptodon Haliday, 1837, Entomological Magazine, 4: 220, 
ruled by the Commission to be an incorrect subsequent 
spelling of Gnamptodon Haliday, 1833 (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1424 

gnatho, Brentus, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei zoologici 
ditissimi Hamburgi, d. III. Februar 1796 auctionis lege 
distrahendi. Sectio Tenia. Continens Insecta, p. 53, ruled 
under the plenary power to be available despite having been 
published in a suppressed work (Coleoptera). Op. 1820 

Gnathodus Pander, 1856, Monographic der fossilen Fische des 
Silurischen Systems der Russisch-Baltischen Gouvernements, 
p. 33 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Polygnathus bilineatus Roundy, 
1926) (Conodonta). Op. 1415 

goldfussi, Cylindrella, Menke, 1847, Zeitschrift fur 
Malakozoologie, 1847(1): 2 (specific name of the type 
species of Holospira Martens, 1860) (Gastropoda). Op. 
1932 

gorriense, Stictostroma, Stearn, 1995, Journal of Paleontology, 
69: 26 (specific name of the type species of Stictostroma 
Parks, 1936) (Stromatoporoidea). Op. 1843 

gouldii, Hydrosaurus, Gray, 1838, Annals of Natural History; 
or, Magazine of Zoology, Botany and Geology, 1: 394, as 
defined by the neotype (specimen no. BMNH 1997.1 in the 
Natural History Museum, London, collected from 
Karrakatta, Perth, Western Australia by G. Thompson on 
29 September 1997) designated under the plenary power 
(Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1948 

gracilior, Uroctonoides, Hoffmann, 1931, Anales del Instituto 
de Biologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 
2(4): 406, as defined by the lectotype designated by Gertsch 
& Soleglad, 1966, American Museum Novitates, 2278: 29 
(specific name of the type species of Paruroctonus Werner, 
1934) (Arachnida, Scorpiones). Op. 1934 



gracilis, Artemia, Verrill, 1869, American Journal of Science 
and Arts, (2)48: 248, ruled under the plenary power not to 
be given priority over the specific name of Artemia 
franciscana Kellogg, 1906 whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Branchiopoda). Op. 1704 

gracilis, Bulimus, Hutton, 1834, Journal of the Asiatic Society 
of Bengal, 3: 93 (specific name of the type species of 
Allopeas Baker, 1935) (Gastropoda). Op. 1766 

gracilis, Laomedea, Dana, 1846, United States Exploring 
Expedition ... under the command of Charles Wilkes, U.S.N, 
vol. 7 (Zoophytes), p. 689, and all uses of the name prior to 
the publication of Laomedea gracilis Sars, 1 850 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of both the 
Principle of Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Hydrozoa). Op. 1465 

gracilis, Laomedea, Sars, 1850, Nytt Magasin for 
Naturvidenskapene, Christiania, 9: 138, as defined by the 
lectotype designated by Cornelius & Ostman, 1986, Bulletin 
of Zoological Nomenclature, 43: 165 (Hydrozoa). Op. 1465 

gracilis, Viverravus, Marsh, 1872, American Journal of Science, 
(3)4: 127 (specific name of the type species of Viverravus 
Marsh, 1872) (Mammalia, Carnivora). Op. 1517 

graeca, Musca, Pontoppidan, 1763, Den Danske Atlas, vol. 1, 
p. 696 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1444 

graminis, Fonscolombia, Lichtenstein, 1877, Entomologist's 
Monthly Magazine, 14: 35, ruled under the plenary power 
to be treated as the specific name of a then new nominal 
species, now defined by the lectotype designated by Ben- 
Dov & Matile-Ferrero, 1989, Systematic Entomology, 14(2): 
168 (specific name of the type species of Fonscolombia 
Lichtenstein, 1877) (Homoptera). Op. 1654 

graminis, Tychea, Koch, 1857, Die Pflanzenlduse, Aphiden 
(1854-1857), p. 298 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Homoptera). Op. 
1654 

graminum, Tachydromia, Fallen, 1815, Empidiae Sveciae, p. 15 
(specific name of the type species of Stilpon Loew, 1859) 
(Diptera). Op. 1881 

grandidieri, Thaumastolemur, Filhol, 1895, Bulletin du 
Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, 1(1): 13 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Mammalia, Primates). Op. 1737 

grandiflora, Doris, Rapp, 1827, Nova Acta Physico-Medica 
Academiae Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae Naturae 
Curiosorum, 13: 520 (Gastropoda). Op. 1805 

granulata, Colubraria, Schumacher, 1817, Essai d'un nouveau 
sy steme des habitations des vers testaces .... p. 251 (specific 
name of the type species of Colubraria Schumacher, 1817) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1765 

granulosa, Hydatigena, Batsch, 1786, Naturgeschichte der 
Bandwurmgattung (Halle), p. 87 (specific name of the type 
species of Echinococcus Rudolphi, 1801) (Cestoda). 
Direction 121 

gravesianus, Turrilites, d'Orbigny, 1842, in: Paleontologie 
Franfaise; Terrains Cretaces. I. Cephalopodes, p. 596, as 
defined by the lectotype (specimen no. BMNH C5762b in 
the collections of the Natural History Museum, London) 
designated under the plenary power (specific name of the 
type species of Hypoturrilites Dubourdieu, 1953) 
(Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea). Op. 1925 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



grenophia, Area, Risso, 1826, Histoire naturelle des principals 
productions de /'Europe Meridionale el particulierement de 
celles des environs de Nice et des Alpes Maritimes, vol. 4, p. 
313, as defined by the lectotype designated by Arnaud, 
1978, Annates du Museum d' Histoire Naturelle de Nice, 5: 
119 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Bivalvia). Op. 1887 

Griffithides Portlock, 1 843, Report on the geology of the county 
of Londonderry, and of parts of Tyrone and Fermanagh, p. 
310 (gender: masculine) (type species, ruled under the 
plenary power to be by subsequent designation by Vogdes, 
1 890, Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey, 63: 
116: Griffithides longiceps Portlock, 1843) (Trilobitaj. Op. 
1652 

grilli, Anisolepis, Boulenger, 1891, Annali del Museo Civico di 
Storia Naturale di Genova, (2)10: 909 (Reptilia, Squamata). 
Op. 1777 

griseola, Micronecta, Horvath, 1899, Revue d'Entomologie, 
18(12): 103, as defined by the lectotype designated by 
Jansson, 1986, Acta Entomologica Fennica, 47: 14 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1491 

griseus, Hypothenemus, Blackburn, 1885, Transactions of the 
Royal Society of Dublin, (2)3: 194, ruled under the plenary 
power not to be given priority over the specific name of 
Cryphalus mangiferae Stebbing, 1914 whenever the two 
names are considered to be synonyms (Coleoptera). Op. 
1408 

grossa, Musca, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 596 (specific name of the type species of Tachina 
Meigen, 1803) (Diptera). Op. 1743 

grossa, Silpha, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 361 (specific name of the type species of Peltis 
Kugelann, 1792) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Gruntoconcha Angiolini, 1995, Rivista Italiana di Paleon- 
tologia e Stratigrafia, 101: 206 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by original designation: Waagenoconcha 
(Gruntoconcha) macrotuberculata Angiolini, 1995) 
(Brachiopoda). Op. 1928 

gryphaeoides, Avicula, Sedgwick, 1829, Transactions of the 
Geological Society, London, (2)3: 119, and all uses of the 
name prior to the publication of Avicula gryphaeoides J. de 
C. Sowerby, 1836 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Bivalvia). Op. 1540 

gryphaeoides, Avicula, J. de C. Sowerby, 1836, in Fitton, 
Transactions of the Geological Society, London, (2)4: 156 
(Bivalvia). Op. 1540 

guildingi, Artemis, Thompson, 1834, Zoological researches and 
illustrations 1828-1834, vol. 1, part 1, memoir 6, p. 107 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Branchiopoda). Op. 1704 

gussoni, Ancylus, Costa, 1829, Osservazioni Zoologiche intorno 
ai Testacei dell'isola di Pantelleria, p. 10 (specific name of 
the type species of Williamia Monterosato, 1884) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1410 

guttata, Doridopsis, Odhner, 1917, Kungliga Svenska Veten- 
skapsakademiens Handlingar, 52(16): 62 (Gastropoda). Op. 
1805 

guttata, Doris, Risso, 1 826, Histoire naturelle des principales 
productions de VEurope Meridionale et particulierement de 
celles des environs de Nice et des Alpes Maritimes, vol. 4, p. 
33 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1805 



guttatus. Attus, Thorell, 1875. Horae Societatis Entomologicae 
Rossicae. 11: 119 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 
1612 

guttatus. Bodianus, Bloch. 1790, Naturgeschichte der 
Ausldndischen Fische, part 4. p. 36 (having been rejected as 
a junior homonym of guttata Linnaeus. 1758. when both 
Perca guttata Linnaeus and B. guttatus were included in 
Serranus or Epinephelus) (Osteichthyes). Op. 1439 

guttatus, Sipunculus ( Phymosomum ) . De Quatrefages. 1865. 
Histoire Naturelle des Anneles marins et d'eau douce. 
Annelides et Gephyriens, p. 621 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Sipuncula). Op. 1532 

GYMNOMYZIDAE Latreille, 1829, in Cuvier. Le regne 
animal distribue d'apres son organisation .... Ed. 2, vol. 5, 
p. 535 (type genus: Gymnomyza Fallen, 1810. a junior 
subjective synonym of Mosillus Latreille, 1804). ruled 
under the plenary power that this name and other family- 
group names based on Gvmnomyza are not to be given 
priority over EPHYDRIDAE Zetterstedt, 1837 and other 
family-group names based on Ephydra Fallen, 1810 
whenever Ephydra and Mosillus or Gymnomyza are 
placed in the same family-group taxon (Diptera). Op. 
1748 

Gyrinus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 193 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes. p. 426: Dytiscus 
natator Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

GYROHYPNINI Kirby, 1837, in Richardson, Swainson & 
Kirby (Eds.), Fauna Boreali- Americana; or the zoology of 
the northern parts of British America .... part 4, p. 88 (type 
genus: Gyrohypnus Samouelle. 1819). ruled under the 
plenary power that this name and other family-group 
names based on Gvrohvpnus are not to be given priority 
over XANTHOLININI*Erichson, 1839 and other family- 
group names based on Xantholinus Dejean, 1821 whenever 
their type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1851 

haematites, Cassida, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei 
zoologici ditissimi Hamburgi, d. HI. Februar 1796 auctionis 
lege distrahendi. Sectio Tertia. Continens Insecta. p. 66. 
ruled under the plenary power to be available despite 
having been published in a suppressed work (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1820 

Halarctus Gill, 1866, Proceedings of the Essex Institute, 5: 7 (a 
junior objective synonym of Arctocephalus Cuvier. 1826) 
(Mammalia, Pinnipedia). Op. 1962 

Halia Bate, 1856, Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 
(2)17: 458 (a junior homonym of Halia Risso, 1826) 
(Cumacea). Op. 1593 

Halianassa von Meyer, 1 838, Neues Jahrbuch fur Mineralogie, 
Geologic und Palaontologie, 1838: 667 (a junior objective 
synonym of Halitherium Kaup, 1838) (Mammalia. Sirenia). 
Op. 1535 

HALICTIDAE Thomson, 1 869, Opuscula Entomologica, fasc. 
1, p: 8 (type genus: Halictus Latreille. 1804). ruled under the 
plenary power that this name and other family-group 
names based on Halictus are to be given precedence over 
ROPHITIDAE Schenck, 1866 and SPHECODIDAE 
Schenck. [1869] and other family-group names based on 
Rophites Spinola, 1808 and Sphecodes Latreille, 1804 
whenever their type genera are placed in the same family- 
group taxon (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 



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37 



Halictus Latreille, 1804, Tableau methodique des insectes. Pp. 
129-200 in: Nouveau Dictionnaire d'Histoire Naturelle, vol. 
24 (Caracteres et Tables), p. 182 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Richards, 1935, 
Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London, 
83: 170: Apis quadricincta Fabricius, [1777]) (Hymen- 
optera). Op. 1713 

Halitherium Kaup, 1838, Neues Jahrbuch fur Mineralogie, 
deologie and Paldontologie, 1838: 536 (gender: neuter) 
(type species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Pugmeodon schinzii Kaup, 1838), ruled under the plenary 
power to be the correct original spelling of Halytherium 
(Mammalia, Sirenia). Op. 1535 

halli, Macronectes giganteus, Mathews, 1912, The birds of 
Australia, vol. 2, p. 187, as defined by the lectotype 
(specimen no. 91.6.16.6 in the collections at Tring of the 
Natural History Museum, London) designated by Bourne 
& Warham, 1966, Ardea, 54(1-2): 64 (Aves, Procel- 
lariiformes). Op. 1751 

hallucatus, Dasyurus, Gould, 1842, Proceedings of the Zoo- 
logical Society of London, 1842: 41 (Mammalia, 
Marsupialia). Op. 1460 

Halytherium Kaup, 1838, Neues Jahrbuch fur Mineralogie, 
Geologie und Paldontologie, 1838: 319, pi. 2 (spelling 
emended under the plenary power to Halitherium) 
(Mammalia, Sirenia). Op. 1535 

hamiltoni, Catharacta skua, Hagen, 1952, Results of the 
Norwegian Scientific Expedition to Tristan da Cunha 1937- 
1938, 20: 135 (Aves, Charadriiformes). Op. 1814 

Haminaea Leach, 1847, in Gray, J.E. (Ed.), Annals and 
Magazine of Natural History, 20(133): 268 (an incorrect 
subsequent spelling of Haminoea [Turton] in Turton & 
Kingston in Carrington, 1830) (Gastropoda). Op. 1942 

Haminea Gray, 1847, Proceedings of the Zoological Society of 
London, 15: 161 (an incorrect subsequent spelling of 
Haminoea [Turton] in Turton & Kingston in Carrington, 
1830) (Gastropoda). Op. 1942 

HAMINEINAE Pilsbry, 1895, Tryon's manual of conchology; 
structural and systematic, vol. 15, p. 351 (an incorrect 
original spelling of HAMINOEINAE) (Gastropoda). Op. 
1942 

Haminoea [Turton] in Turton & Kingston in Carrington, 1830, 
Conchology, arranged on the amended system in: The 
Teignmouth, Dawlish and Torquay guide, part 2 (The 
natural history of the district; or, lists of the different 
species of animals, vegetables and minerals, and their 
respective localities, scientifically arranged), genus no. 63 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Bulla 
hydatis Linnaeus, 1758) (Gastropoda). Op. 1942 

HAMINOEINAE Pilsbry, 1895, Tryon's manual of 
conchology; structural and systematic, vol. 15, p. 351, 
correction of HAMINEINAE under Article 35.4.1 of the 
Code (type genus: Haminoea [Turton] in Turton & 
Kingston in Carrington, 1830) (Gastropoda). Op. 1942 

handwerki, Phacops, Weller, 1907, Bulletin, Chicago Academy 
of Science (The Natural History Survey), 4: 271 (specific 
name of the type species of Eophacops Delo, 1935) 
(Trilobita). Op. 1846 

hanleyanus, Donax, Philippi, 1847, Zeitschrift fur 
Malakozoologie, 4: 84 (Bivalvia). Op. 1372 

Hanzawaia Asano, 1944, Journal of the Geological Society of 
Japan, 51(606): 97 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
original designation: Hanzawaia nipponica Asano, 1944) 
(Foraminiferida). Op. 1568 

Hapalotrema Looss, 1899, Zoologische Jahrbucher (Jena), 12: 
656 (gender: neuter) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Hapalotrema loossi Price, 1934, a junior 
objective synonym of Mesogonimus mistroides Monticelli, 
1896) (Digenea). Op. 1875 



Haplocanthosaurus Hatcher, 1903, Proceedings of the Bio- 
logical Society of Washington, 16: 100 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by monotypy of the replaced nominal genus 
Haplocanthus Hatcher, 1903: Haplocanthus priscus Hatcher, 
1903) (Reptilia, Saurischia). Op. 1633 

Haplocanthus Hatcher, 1903, Proceedings of the Biological 
Society of Washington, 16: 1 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia, 
Saurischia). Op. 1633 

Harpa [Roding], 1798, Museum Boltenianum, part 2, p. 149 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by tautonymy: Buccinum 
harpa Linnaeus, 1758) (Gastropoda). Op. 1436 

harpa, Buccinum, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 738 (specific name of the type species of Harpa 
[Roding], 1798) (Gastropoda). Op. 1436 

Harpes Goldfuss, 1839, Nova Acta Academiae Caesarea 
Leopoldino-Carolinae Germanicum Naturae Curiosorum, 
19(1): 358 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Harpes macrocephalus Goldfuss, 1839) (Trilobita). Op. 1436 

HARPETIDAE Hawle & Corda, 1847, Prodrom einer 
Monographic der bohmischen Trilobiten, vol. 5, p. 161 (type 
genus: Harpes Goldfuss, 1839), spelling emended from 
HARPIDES by the ruling under the plenary power that for 
the purposes of Article 29 of the Code the stem of the 
generic name Harpes Goldfuss. 1839 is HARPET- 
(Trilobita). Op. 1436 

HARPIDAE Bronn, 1849, Handbuch der Geschichte der Natur, 
vol. 3, part 3, Index Palaeontologicus, p. 469 (type genus: 
Harpa [Roding], 1798) (Gastropoda). Op. 1436 

Harpides Beyrich, 1846, Untersuchungen iiber Trilobiten, p. 34 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Harpides 
hospes Beyrich, 1846) (Trilobita). Op. 1436 

HARPIDIDAE Raw, 1949, Journal of Paleontology, 23: 514 
(type genus: Harpides Beyrich, 1846) (Trilobita). Op. 1436 

Harpognathus Wesmael, 1834, L'Institut (Journal general des 
Societes et Travaux scientifiques de la France et de 
I'Etranger), 2(42): 76 (an incorrect subsequent spelling of 
Harpognatus Wesmael, 1833) (Coleoptera). Op. 1597 

Harpognatus Wesmael, 1833, Recueil Encyclopedique Beige, p. 
121 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1597 

harrisonii, Scelidosaurus, Owen, 1861, Monograph of the 
Palaeontographical Society, 1: 1, as defined by the lectotype 
(skull and skeleton no. BM(NH) Pal. Dept. Rill 1 in the 
Natural History Museum, London) designated under the 
plenary power (specific name of the type species of 
Scelidosaurus Owen, 1859) (Reptilia, Ornithischia). Op. 
1788 

hasselquistii, Myletes, Cuvier, 1818, Memoires du Museum 
d'Histoire Naturelle, 4: 449 (a junior objective synonym of 
Cyprinus dentex Linnaeus, 1758) (Osteichthyes, Characi- 
formes). Op. 1813 

haswelli, Cryptocoeloma, Rathbun, 1923, Biological Results 
Fishing Experiments F.I. S. 'Endeavour', 5(1): 111 (specific 
name of the type species of Cryptocoeloma Miers, 1884) 
(Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1554 

Hatschekia Poche, 1902, Zoologischer Anzeiger, 26: 16 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by original designation: 
Clavella hippoglossi Guerin, [1831]) (Copepoda). Op. 1430 

Haustator de Montfort, 1810, Conchyliologie systematique, et 
classification methodique des coquilles ..., vol. 2, p. 182 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by original designation: 
Haustator gallicus de Montfort, 1810, a junior subjective 
synonym of Turritella imbricataria Lamarck, 1804) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1677 



38 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



hebraea, Nerita, Martyn, 1786, The universal conchologist ..., 
vol. 3, pi. 109, ruled under the plenary power to be an 
available name despite being published in a work rejected 
for nomenclatural purposes (Gastropoda). Op. 1662 

heeri, Myriochele, Malmgren, 1867, Spetsbergens, Gronlands, 
Islands och den Skandinaviska halfons hittills kdnda 
Annulata Polychaeta, p. 101 (specific name of the type 
species of Myriochele Malmgren, 1867) (Polychaeta). Op. 
1636 

heimi, Troglocarcinus, Fize & Serene, 1956, Bulletin de la 
Societe Zoologique de France, 80(5,6): 378 (specific name of 
the type species of Fizesereneia Takeda & Tamura, 1980) 
(Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1591 

helena, Muraena, Linnaeus, 1758, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 244 (specific name of the type species of Muraena 
Linnaeus, 1758) (Osteichthyes, Anguilliformes). Op. 1672 

Helicarion Ferussac, 1821, Tableaux systematiques des 
animaux mollusques ... suivis d'un prodrome general ..., p. 23 
(folio), p. 19 (quarto) (gender: masculine) (type species, 
ruled under the plenary power to be by subsequent 
designation by Gray, 1 847, Proceedings of the Zoological 
Society of London, 15: 169: Helicarion cuvieri Ferussac, 
1821), ruled under the plenary power to be the correct 
original spelling of Helixarion (Gastropoda). Op. 1678 

HELICARIONIDAE Godwin-Austen, 1882, Land and 
freshwater Mollusca of India ..., vol. 1, part 2, p. 65 (type 
genus: Helicarion Ferussac, 1821) (Gastropoda). Op. 1678 

Heliophilus Meigen, 1803, Magazin fur Insektenkunde 
(Illiger), 2: 273 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1747 

Helixarion Ferussac, 1821, Tableaux systematiques des 
animaux mollusques ... suivis d'un prodrome general ..., p. 23 
(folio), p. 19 (quarto), ruled under the plenary power to be 
an incorrect original spelling of Helicarion (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1678 

HELIXARIONIDAE Bourguignat, 1883, Annales des 
Sciences Naturelles (Zoologie), (6)15: art. 2, p. 9 (an 
unjustified emendation of HELICARIONIDAE Godwin- 
Austen, 1882) (Gastropoda). Op. 1678 

Helophilus Fabricius, 1805, Systema Antliatorum ..., p. 233 
(gender: neuter) (type species, ruled under the plenary 
power to be by subsequent designation by Curtis, 1832, 
British entomology; being illustrations and descriptions of 
the genera of insects found in Great Britain and Ireland ..., 
vol. 9, pi. 429 (text): Musca pendula Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Diptera). Op. 1747 

Helophorus Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae, p. 66 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur 
I'ordre naturel des animaux composant les classes des 
Crustaces, des Arachnides et des Insectes avec un tableau 
methodique de lews genres, disposes en families, p. 428: 
Silpha aquatica Linnaeus, 1758), ruled under the plenary 
power to be the correct original spelling of the generic 
name Elophorus (Coleoptera). Op. 1724 

helveticus, Coluber, Lacepede, 1789, Histoire naturelle des 
quadrupedes ovipares et des serpens, vol. 2 (Histoire 
naturelle des serpens), p. 100, ruled under the plenary power 
to be available despite having been published in a rejected 
work (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1686 

HEMIDACTYLIINI Hallowell, 1856, Proceedings of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 8: 1 1 (type 
genus: Hemidactylium Tschudi, 1838) (Amphibia, 
Caudata). Op. 1873 



Hemidactylium Tschudi, 1838, Memoires de la Societe des 
Sciences Naturelles de Neuchdtel, 2: 94 (gender: neuter) 
(type species, by monotypy: Salamandra scutata Temminck 
& Schlegel, [1838]) (Amphibia, Caudata). Op. 1873 

HEMIMANTIDAE Hoffmann, 1878, in Bronn, H.G., Die 
Klassen und Ordnungen des Thier-Reichs wissenschaftlich 
dargestellt in Wort und Bild. vol. 6, part 2, pp. 613, 635 
(type genus: Hemimantis Peters, 1863), ruled under the 
plenary power that this name and other family-group 
names based on Hemimantis are not to be given priority 
over PETROPEDETINAE Noble, 1931, CACOSTER- 
NINAE Noble, 1931 and PHRYNOBATRACHINAE 
Laurent, 1941 and other family-group names based on 
Petropedetes Reichenow, 1874, Cacosternum Boulenger. 
1887 and Phrynobafrachus Giinther, 1862 whenever their 
type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1921 

Hemimantis Peters, 1863, Monatsberichte der Koniglichen 
Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 1863: 
451 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Hemimantis calcaratus Peters, 1863) (Amphibia, Anura). 
Op. 1921 

Hemipteronotus Lacepede, 1801, Histoire naturelle des 
poissons, vol. 3, p. 214 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, 
Perciformes). Op. 1799 

hennigi, Chamaepsila, Thompson & Pont, 1994, Theses 
Zoologicae, 20: 161 (a junior objective synonym of Musca 
rosae Fabricius, 1794) (Diptera). Op. 1938 

hentzi, Cenrrurus, Banks, 1904, Proceedings of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 56: 142 (Arachnida, 
Scorpionida). Op. 1680 

Hepa Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 479 (a junior 
objective synonym of Nepa Linnaeus, 1758) (Heteroptera). 
Op. 1754 

heraclei, Musca, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 600, ruled under the plenary power to be the correct 
original spelling of the specific name of Musca heraclii 
(Diptera). Op. 1645 

heraclii, Musca, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 600, ruled under the plenary power to be an incorrect 
original spelling of heraclei (Diptera). Op. 1645 

Heriaeus Simon, 1875, Les Arachnides de France, vol. 2, p. 203 
(gender: masculine) (type species, confirmed by the 
Commission to be by subsequent designation by Simon, 
1895, Histoire Naturelle des Araignees, Ed. 2, 1(4), p. 1034: 
Thomisus hirsutus Walckenaer, 1824, an incorrect 
subsequent spelling of Thomisus hirtus Latreille, 1819) 
(Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1488 

herminieri, Holotropis, Dumeril & Bibron, 1837, Erpetologie 
generate ou histoire naturelle complete des reptiles, vol. 4, p. 
261 (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1909 

Heterogyna Nagy, 1969, Entomologische Mitteihmgen aus dent 
Zoologischen Staatsinstitut und Zoologischen Museum, 
Hamburg, no. 64, p. 8 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
original designation: Heterogyna protea Nagy, 1969) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1445 

HETEROGYNAIDAE Nagy, 1969, Entomologische 
Mitteilungen aus dem Zoologischen Staatsinstitut und 
Zoologischen Museum, Hamburg, no. 64, p. 7 (type genus: 
Heterogyna Nagy, 1969), spelling emended from 
HETEROGYNIDAE by the ruling under the plenary 
power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the Code the 
stem of the generic name Heterogyna Nagy, 1969 is 
HETEROGYNA- (Hymenoptera). Op. 1445 



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39 



HETEROGYNIDAE Nagy, 1969, Entomologische Mit- 
teilungen aus dem Zoologischen Staatsinstitut und 
Zoologischen Museum, Hamburg, no. 64, p. 7, spelling 
emended to HETEROGYNAIDAE following the ruling 
under the plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 
of the Code the stem of the generic name Heterogyna 
Nagy, 1969 is HETEROGYNA- (a junior homonym of 
HETEROGYNIDAE Rambur, 1866) (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1445 

HETEROGYNIDAE Rambur, 1866, Catalogue systematique 
des Lepidopteres de YAndalousie, vol. 2, p. 316 (type genus: 
Heterogynis Rambur, 1837) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1445 

Heterogynis Rambur, 1837, Annates de la Societe Ento- 
mologique de France, 5: 584 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Kirby, 1892, A 
synonymic catalogue of Lepidoptera Heterocera (moths), 
vol. 1, p. 499: Heterogynis paradoxa Rambur, 1837) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1445 

Heteroptera Macquart, 1835, Histoire naturelle des insectes. 
Dipteres, vol. 2, p. 570 (a senior objective synonym of 
Coproica Rondani, 1861 and a junior homonym of 
Heteroptera Rafinesque, 1814) (Diptera). Op. 1839 

heterurus, Homalocephalus, Jan, 1863, Archivio per la 
Zoologia, I ' Anatomia e la Fisiologia, 2(2): 286 (specific 
name of the type species of Pseudoxyrhopus Giinther, 
1881) (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1789 

hieroglyphicus, Aradus, Sahlberg, 1878, Kongliga Svenska 
Vetenskaps-Akademiens Handlingar, 16(4): 22 (Hetero- 
ptera). Op. 1783 

hilairea, Donax, Guerin, 1832, Iconographie du Regne Animal 
de G Cuvier, pi. 30, fig. 4 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Bivalvia). Op. 
1372 

hilarella, Azinis, Walker, 1863, List of the specimens of 

lepidopterous Insects in the collection of the British Museum, 
part 28, p. 541 (specific name of the type species of Azinis 
Walker, 1863) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1544 

hippoglossi, Clavella, Guerin, [1831], Iconographie du Regne 
Animal, livraison 16 (specific name of the type species of 
Hatschekia Poche, 1902) (Copepoda). Op. 1430 

hirsutus, Thomisus, Walckenaer, 1824, Faune Francaise, vol. 4, 
p. 85 (an incorrect subsequent spelling of Thomisus hirtus 
Latreille, 1819) (Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1488 

hirticornis, Neides, Brulle, 1835, in Audouin & Brulle, Histoire 
naturelle des Insectes, trait ant de leur organisation et de lews 
moeurs en general, par M. V. Audouin ... et comprenant lew- 
classification et la description des especes, par M. A. Brulle, 
vol. 9, Orthopteres et Hemipteres, p. 355 (specific name of 
the type species of Melorus Mulsant & Rey, 1870) 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1504 

hirtipes, Andrena, Fabricius, 1793, Entomologica systematica 
emendata et aucta ..., vol. 2, p. 312 (specific name of the 
type species of Dasypoda Latreille, 1802) (Hymenoptera). 
Op. 1926 

hirtus, Thomisus, Latreille, 1819, Nouveau Dictionnaire 
d'Histoire Naturelle, Ed. 2, p. 41 (specific name of the type 
species of Heriaeus Simon, 1875) (Arachnida, Araneae). 
Op. 1488 

histeroides, Lyctus, Fabricius, 1792, Entomologia Systematica, 
vol. 1, part 2, p. 504 (specific name of the type species of 
Cerylon Latreille, 1802) (Coleoptera). Op. 1811 

hoevenii, Bagrus, Bleeker, 1846, Natuur- en Geneeskundig 
Archief voor Neerland's Indie, 3(2): 154, as defined by the 
neotype (specimen no. ZRC 37472 in the Zoological 
Reference Collection at the National University of 
Singapore) designated under the plenary power (Osteich- 
thyes, Siluriformes). Op. 1840 



Hoffmanniellius Mello-Leitao, 1934, Annaes da Academia 
Brasileira de Sciencias, 6(2): 80 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Arachnida, Scorpiones). Op. 1934 

Holospira Martens, 1860, in Albers, J.C., Die Heliceen, nach 
natiirlicher Verwandtschaft systematisch geordnet, Ed. 2, p. 
39 (gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under 
the plenary power: Cylindrella goldfussi Menke, 1847) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1932 

Homalocephalus Jan, 1863, Archivio per la Zoologia, 
V Anatomia e la Fisiologia, 2(2): 286 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia, 
Serpentes). Op. 1789 

honoluliensis, Loxoconcha, Brady, 1880, Report on the 
Scientific Results of the voyage of H.M.S. Challenger during 
the years 1873-76, 1(3): 117, as defined by the lectotype 
designated by Puri & Hulings, 1976, Bulletin of the British 
Museum (Natural History). Zoology, 29(5): 297 (specific 
name of the type species of Loxoconchella Triebel, 1954) 
(Ostracoda). Op. 1541 

hookeri, Sphaeroma, Leach, 1814, in Brewster, The Edinburgh 
Encyclopaedia, vol. 7, p. 433 (Isopoda). Op. 1574 

Horia Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa Insectorum, part 1, p. 164 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation 
by Betrem, 1929, Tijdschrift voor Entomologie, 72: xxvii: 
Horia fabriciana Betrem, 1929) (Coleoptera). Op. 1918 

HORIIDAE Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle, generate et 
particuliere des crustaces et des insectes ..., vol. 3, p. 182 
(type genus: Horia Fabricius, 1787), ruled under the plenary 
power that this name and other family-group names based 
on Horia are not to be given priority over MELOIDAE 
Gyllenhal, 1810 and NEMOGNATHINAE Castelnau. 1840 
and other family-group names based on Meloe Linnaeus, 
1758 and Nemognatha Illiger, 1807 whenever their type 
genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1918 

hortensis, Arion, Ferussac, 1819, Histoire naturelle, generate et 
particuliere des mollusques terrestres et fluviatiles ..., p. 65, 
as defined by the lectotype designated by De Winter, 1984, 
Zoologische Mededelingen, Leiden, 59(1): 3 (specific name 
of the type species of Kobeltia Seibert. 1873) (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1679 

hospes, Harpides, Beyrich, 1846, Untersuchungen iiber 
Trilobiten, p. 34 (specific name of the type species of 
Harpides Beyrich, 1846) (Trilobita). Op. 1436 

howardi, Diabrotica undecimpunctata, Barber, 1947, Proceed- 
ings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 49: 153 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1709 

hudsonicus, Diplograptus, Nicholson, 1875, Report on the 
Paleontology of the Province of Ontario, part 2, p. 38 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Graptolithina). Op. 1561 

humboldti, Productus, d'Orbigny, 1842, Voyage dans 
VAmerique meridionale ..., vol. 3, part 4 (Paleontologie), p. 
54 (specific name of the type species of Waagenoconeha 
Chao, 1927) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1928 

Humerobates Sellnick, 1928, Tierwelt Mittelewopas, 3: 11 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Humerobates rostrolamellatus Grandjean, 
1936) (Arachnida, Acari). Op. 1420 

humilis, Bombus, Illiger, 1806, Magazin fur Insektenkunde, 5: 
171 (Hymenoptera). Op. 1828 



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humilis, Cristellaria, Reuss, 1863, Sitzungsberichte der 
Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch- 
Naturwissenschaftliche Classe, 46(1): 65, as defined by the 
lectotype (specimen no. 970 in the Reuss collection in the 
Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna) designated by Meyn 
& Vespermann, 1994, Senckenbergiana Lethaea, 74(1/2): 176, 
the neotype designation by Bartenstein (1974) having been 
set aside by the Commission (Foraminiferida). Op. 1804 

humilis, Holothuria, Selenka, 1867, Zeitschrift fiir 
Wissenschaftliche Zoologie, 17: 339 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Holothuroidea). Op. 1533 

Hyaena Brisson, 1762, Regnum Animate in classes IX 
distributum, sive synopsis methodica, Ed. 2, pp. 13, 169 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Canis hyaena Linnaeus, 1758), ruled under 
the plenary power to be taken as first available from 
Brisson, 1762, despite that being a work rejected for 
nomenclatural purposes (Mammalia, Carnivora). Op. 1894 

hyaena, Canis, Linnaeus, 1758, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 40 (specific name of the type species of Hyaena 
Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia, Carnivora). Op. 1894 

hyatti, Arpadites (Drepanites), Mojsisovics, 1893, Abhand- 
lungen der Kaiserlich-Koniglichen Geologischen Reichsan- 
stalt, 6(2): 495 (specific name of the type species of 
Drepanites Mojsisovics, 1893) (Cephalopoda, Am- 
monoidea). Op. 1609 

hydatis, Bulla, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 

1, p. 726 (specific name of the type species of Haminoea 
[Turton] in Turton & Kingston in Carrington, 1830) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1942 

hydei, Drosophila, Sturtevant, 1921, Carnegie Institution of 
Washington Publications, 301: 101 (Diptera). Op. 1712 

Hydrobata Vieillot, 1816, Analyse d'une nouvelle ornithologie 
elementaire, p. 42 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves, Procellariiformes). 
Op. 1696 

Hydrobates Boie, 1822, his (von Oken), 1822: col. 562 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Baird, Brewer & Ridgway, 1884, Memoirs of the Museum of 
Comparative Zoology, Harvard, 13: 403: Procellaria 
pelagica Linnaeus, 1758) (Aves, Procellariiformes). Op. 
1696 

HYDROBATIDAE Degland, 1849, Ornithologie europeenne, 
ou catalogue analytique et raisonne des oiseaux observes en 
Europe, vol. 1, p. 445 and other family-group names based 
on Hydrobata Vieillot, 1816, ruled under the plenary power 
to be unavailable because the name of the type genus 
Hydrobata Vieillot, 1816 has been suppressed (Aves, 
Procellariiformes). Op. 1696 

HYDROBATIDAE Mathews, 1912 (1865), Birds of Australia, 
vol. 2, part 1, p. 9 (type genus: Hydrobates Boie, 1822), 
ruled by the Commission to take the precedence of the 
replaced family-group name THALASSIDROMIDAE von 
Miiller, 1865 (Aves, Procellariiformes). Op. 1696 

Hydrobius Leach, 1815, in Brewster, The Edinburgh 
Encyclopaedia, vol. 9, p. 96 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, ruled under the plenary power to be by subsequent 
designation by Hope, 1838, The Coleopterist's Manual. Vol. 

2. Predaceous Land and Water Beetles, p. 125: Dytiscus 
fuscipes Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1577 

hydrochaeris, Sus, Linnaeus, 1766, Systema Naturae, Ed. 12, 
vol. 1, p. 103 (specific name of the type species of 
Hydrochoerus Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia. Rodentia). Op. 
1894 



Hydrochoerus Brisson. 1762, Regnum Animate in classes IX 
distributum, sive synopsis methodica. Ed. 2, pp. 12. 80 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Sus hydrochaeris Linnaeus. 1766). ruled 
under the plenary power to be taken as first available from 
Brisson, 1762, despite that being a work rejected for 
nomenclatural purposes (Mammalia. Rodentia). Op. 1894 

Hydrolycus Muller & Troschel. 1844. Archiv fiir 
Naturgeschichte, Berlin, 10(1): 93 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, confirmed by the Commission to be by monotypy: 
Hydrocyon scomberoides Cuvier, 1819) (Osteichthyes. 
Cypriniformes). Op. 1581 

Hydromantes Gistel, 1848, Naturgeschichte des Thierreiches fiir 
/where Schulen, p. xi (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Spelerpes 
platycephalus Camp, 1916) (Amphibia, Caudata). Op. 1866 

Hydromantoides Lanza & Vanni. 1981. Monitore Zoologico 
Italiano, (n.s.)15: 119 (a junior objective synonym of 
Hydromantes Gistel, 1848) (Amphibia. Caudata). Op. 1866 

Hydrophilus Geoffroy. 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui 
se trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 180 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 428: Dytiscus 
piceus Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Hydrophoria Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830, Memoires presentes 
par divers savants a t'Academie Royale des Sciences de 
ITnstitut de France, (2)2: 503 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Musca 
lancifer Harris, [1780]) (Diptera). Op. 1827 

HYLAEEDAE Viereck, 1916 (1813). Connecticut State 
Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin. 22: 737 
(type genus: Hylaeus Fabricius, 1793), ruled under the 
plenary power that this name and other family-group 
names based on Hylaeus are not to be given priority over 
COLLETIDAE Lepeletier, 1841 and other family-group 
names based on CoIIetes Latreille, 1802 whenever their type 
genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

Hylaeus Fabricius, 1 793, Entomologia systematica emendata et 
aucta ..., vol. 2, p. 302 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Latreille, 1810, Considerations 
generates sur ... les classes des crustaces, des arachnides et 
des insectes ..., p. 438: Apis annulata Linnaeus. 1758) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

HYMENOLEPIDINAE Perrier, [1896], Traite de Zoologie, 
part 2, fasc. 4, p. 1852 (type genus: Hymenolepis Weinland. 
1858)(Cestoda). Op. 1428 

Hymenolepis Weinland, 1858, Human Cestoides. An essay on 
the tapeworms of Man, p. 49 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Taenia 
diminuta Rudolphi, 1819) (Cestoda). Op. 1428 

Hyphoplites Spath, 1922, Transactions of the Royal Society of 
Edinburgh, 53(6): 110 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
original designation: Ammonites falcatus Mantell. 1822) 
(Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea). Op. 1609 

hypocyana, Caecilia, Boie, 1827, his (von Oken). 1827: col. 
565' (specific name of the type species of Epicrium Wagler. 
1828) (Amphibia, Gymnophiona). Op. 1749 

hypolithus, Tenebrio, Pallas, 1781, Icones insectorum praesertim 

Russiae Siberiaeque peculiarium, quae collegit et 
descriptionibus illustravit, p. 44 (specific name of the type 
species of Plaryscelis Latreille, 1818) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1729 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



41 



Hypoturrilites Dubourdieu, 1953, Bulletin du Service de la 
Carte Geologique de V Alger ie, series 1 (Paleontologie), 16: 
44 (gender: masculine) (type species, by original 
designation: Turrilites gravesianus d'Orbigny, 1842) 
(Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea). Op. 1925 

Hypselodoris Stimpson, 1855, Proceedings of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 7(10): 389 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Goniodoris obscura 
Stimpson, 1855) (Gastropoda). Op. 1375 

Hypsibius Ehrenberg, 1848, Benefit iiber die zur Bekannt- 
machung geeigneten Verhandlungen der Koniglichen 
Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 1848: 
381 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under 
the plenary power: Macrobiotus dujardini Doyere, 1840) 
(Tardigrada). Op. 1551 

hystrix, Lepidomenia, Marion & Kowalevsky in Fischer 
(authorship confirmed by the Commission), 1885, Manuel 
de conchyliologie et de paleontologie conchyliologique ..., p. 
889 (specific name of the type species of Lepidomenia 
Kowalevsky in Brock, 1883) (Solenogastres). Op. 1676 

Ibiba Gray, 1825, Annals of Philosophy, 10: 209 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1374 

Ichnotropis Peters, 1854, Monatsberichte der Koniglichen 
Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 1854: 
617 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by FitzSimons, 1943, The Lizards of South 
Africa. Transvaal Museum Memoirs, vol. 1, p. 349: 
Ichnotropis macrolepidota Peters, 1854, a junior subjective 
synonym of Algyra capensis A. Smith, 1838) (Reptilia, 
Sauria). Op. 1422 

ICHTHYOPHIIDAE Taylor, 1968, The caecilians of the 
world: a taxonomic review, p. 46, original spelling confirmed 
by the Commission (type genus: Ichthyophis Fitzinger, 
1826), ruled under the plenary power that this name and 
other family-group names based on Ichthyophis are to be 
given precedence over EPICRIUMIDAE Fitzinger, 1843 
and other family-group names based on Epicrium Wagler, 
1828 whenever their type genera are placed in the same 
family-group taxon (Amphibia, Gymnophiona). Ops. 1604, 
1749 

Ichthyophis Fitzinger, 1826, Neue Classification der Reptilien 
nach ihren natiirlichen verwandtschaften nebst einer 
Verwandtschaftstafel und einem Verzeichnisse der 
Reptiliensammlung des KK. zoologischen Museums zu Wien, 
p. 36 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Caecilia glutinosa Linnaeus, 1758) (Amphibia, Gymno- 
phiona). Op. 1604 

Ictiobus Rafinesque, 1820, Ichthyologia Ohiensis, or natural 
history of the fishes inhabiting the river Ohio and its 
tributary streams in the Western Review and Miscellaneous 
Magazine, vol. 2(5), p. 299 [301] (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Agassiz, 1854, 
American Journal of Science and Arts, (2)17(38): 354: 
Catostomus bubalus Rafinesque, 1818), ruled under the 
plenary power to be the correct original spelling of Ictiorus 
(Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1582 

Ictiorus Rafinesque, 1820, Ichthyologia Ohiensis, or natural 
history of the fishes inhabiting the river Ohio and its 
tributary streams in the Western Review and Miscellaneous 
Magazine, vol. 2(5), p. 299 [301], ruled under the plenary 
power to be an incorrect original spelling of Ictiobus 
(Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1582 

Iguanodon Mantell, 1825, Philosophical Transactions of the 
Royal Society, 115(1): 184 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Iguanodon 
bernissartensis Boulenger in Beneden, 1881) (Reptilia, 
Ornithischia). Op. 1947 



illibatus, Attus, Simon, 1868, Annates de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, (4)8: 541 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1612 

imbricata, Aphrodita, Linnaeus, 1767, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
12, vol. 1(2), p. 1084 (Polychaeta). Op. 1666 

imbricataria, Turritella, Lamarck, 1804, Annates du Museum 
National d'Histoire Naturelle, p. 216 (senior subjective 
synonym of Haustator gallicus de Montfort, 1810, the 
specific name of the type species of Haustator de Montfort, 
1810) (Gastropoda). Op. 1677 

imella, Tinea, Hiibner, [1813], Sammlung europdischer 
Schmetterlinge, Lepidoptera part 8, Tinea part 4, pi. 50, fig. 
347 (Lepidoptera). Op. 1910 

imperialis, Attus, Rossi, 1847, Naturwissenschaftliche 
Abhandlungen (Wien, Ed. Haidinger), 1: 12 (specific name 
of the type species of Thyene Simon, 1885) (Arachnida, 
Araneae). Op. 1625 

incanus, Curculio, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10. 
vol. 1, p. 385 (specific name of the type species of 
Brachyderes Schonherr, 1823) (Coleoptera). Op. 1440 

Incolore Omodeo, 1952, Archivio Zoologico Italiano, 37: 46 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Oligochaeta). Op. 1403 

incomptus, Geoderces, Horn, 1876, Proceedings of the 
American Philosophical Society, 15(96): 72 (specific name of 
the type species of Nemocestes Van Dyke, 1936) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1452 

inconspicua, Thaumantias, Forbes, 1848, A monograph of the 
British naked-eyed medusae: with figures of all the species, p. 
52 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Hydrozoa). Op. 1465 

incrustans, Diastopora, d'Orbigny, 1850, Prodrome de 



Paleontologie, vol. 1, p. 



(specific name of the type 



species of Reptomultisparsa d'Orbigny, 1853) (Bryozoa, 
Cyclostomata). Op. 1392 

indagator, Cacoxenus, Loew, 1858, Wiener Entomologischen 
Monatsschrift, 2: 218 (specific name of the type species of 
Cacoxenus Loew, 1858) (Diptera). Op. 1879 

Indodorylaimus Ali & Prabha, 1974, Nematologica, 19: 486 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Indodorylaimus elongatus Baqri. 1982) 
(Nematoda, Dorylaimida). Op. 1404 

inequalipes, Attus, Simon, 1868, Annates de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, (4)8: 614 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1612 

inferentia, Poecilostoma, Norton, 1868, Transactions of the 
American Entomological Society, 2: 224 (specific name of 
the type species of Monsoma MacGillivray, 1908) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

infernalis, Coluber, de Blainville, 1835, Nouvelles Annates du 
Museum d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, (3)4: 291, as defined by 
the neotype (the male specimen catalog no. 39197 in the 
California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco) designated 
under the plenary power (Reptilia. Serpentes). Op. 1961 

ingens, Palaeopropithecus, G Grandidier, 1899, Bulletin du 

Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, 5(7): 345 (specific 
name of the type species of Palaeopropithecus G 
Grandidier, 1899) (Mammalia. Primates). Op. 1737 



42 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



inops, Cryphalus, Eichhoff, 1872, Berliner Entomologische 
Zeitschrift, 15: 331, ruled under the plenary power not to 
be given priority over the specific name of Cryphalus 
mangiferae Stebbing, 1914 whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Coleoptera). Op. 1408 

insignis, Cheirurus, Beyrich, 1845, Ueber einige bohmischen 
Trilobiten, p. 12 (specific name of the type species of 
Cheirurus Beyrich, 1845) (Trilobita). Op. 1435 

intermedia, Eulima, Cantraine, 1835, Bulletins de I'Academie 
Royale des Sciences et Belles-Lettres de Bruxelles, 2: 390 (a 
junior objective synonym of the specific name of Turbo 
politus Linnaeus, 1758) (Gastropoda). Op. 1780 

intermedia, Macrochaeta, Bretscher, 1896, Revue Suisse de 
Zoologie, 3(4): 509 (specific name of the type species of 
Macrochaerina Bretscher, 1899) (Oligochaeta). Op. 1835 

intertexta, Campanularia, Couch, 1844, A Cornish fauna ..., 
part 3, p. 41 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Hydrozoa). Op. 1485 

Iodotropheus Oliver & Loiselle, 1972, Revue de Zoologie et de 
Botanique Africaines, 85(3-4): 310 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Iodotropheus sprengerae Oliver & 
Loiselle, 1972) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1871 

Iphinoe Bate, 1856, Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 
(2)18: 187 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Cuma trispinosa Goodsir, 1843) (Cumacea). Op. 1593 

Iphinoe H. & A. Adams, 1854, The genera of recent Mollusca 
arranged according to their organization, vol. 1 , p. 280, and 
any use of the name prior to the publication of Iphinoe 
Bate, 1856 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1593 

Iphinoe Rafinesque, 1815, Analyse de la Nature, p. 107, and 
any use of the name prior to the publication of Iphinoe 
Bate, 1856 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Arachnoidea). Op. 1593 

irregularis, Coluber, Bechstein, 1802, Herrn de la Cepede's 
Naturgeschichte der Amphibien ..., p. 239 (specific name of 
the type species of Boiga Fitzinger, 1826) (Reptilia, 
Serpentes). Op. 1374 

Isaea Agassiz, 1846, Nomenclatoris Zoologici Index Uni- 
versalis, p. 196 (an unjustified emendation of Isea Guerin[- 
Meneville], 1832 and a junior homonym of Isaea H. Milne 
Edwards, 1830) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1522 

Isaea H. Milne Edwards, 1830, Annales des Sciences naturelles, 
Paris, 20: 380 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Isaea montagui H. Milne Edwards, 1830) 
(Amphipoda). Op. 1522 

ISAEENAE Dana, 1853, U.S. Exploring expedition ... 1838-42 
... under the command of C. Wilkes, vol. 13, p. 913 (type 
genus: Isaea H. Milne Edwards, 1830) (Amphipoda). Op. 
1522 

Isarthron Dejean, 1835, Catalogue des Coleop teres dans la 
collection de M. le Comte Dejean, Ed. 2, p. 329 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1473 

Ischiolepta Lioy, 1864, Atti dell'Istituto Veneto di Scienze, 
Lettere ed Arti, (3)9(2): 1112 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Borborus denticulatus Meigen, 1830) 
(Diptera). Op. 1839 

Ischnosoma Cuvier, 1829, Le regne animal distribue d'apres son 
organisation ..., Ed. 2, vol. 2, p. 328, and all uses of the 
name prior to the publication of Ischnosoma Stephens, 
1829 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Osteichthyes). Op. 1726 



Ischnosoma Stephens, 1 829, The nomenclature of British insects 
.... p. 22 (gender: neuter) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Thomson, 1859, Skandinaviens Coleoptera. 
synoptiskt bearbetade. vol. 1, p. 47: Tachinus splendidus 
Gravenhorst. 1806), ruled under the plenary power not to 
be given priority over Mycetoporus Mannerheim, 1831 
whenever the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1726 

Ischnosomata Strand. 1935, Folia Zoologica Hydrobiologica, 
7(2): 293 (a junior objective synonym of Ischnosoma 
Stephens, 1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1726 

Ischyrus Dejean, 1836, Catalogue des coleopteres de la 
collection de M. le Comte Dejean. Ed. 2, Livr. 5, p. 428. and 
all uses of the name prior to the publication of Ischyrus 
Lacordaire, 1842 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

Ischyrus Lacordaire, 1842, Monographic des Eroty liens, famille 
de Vordre des coleopteres, p. 89 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Crotch, 1873, Cistulu 
Entomologica, 1: 144: Eroty lus quadripunctatus Olivier, 
1792) (Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

Isea Guerin[-Meneville], 1832, Annales de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, 1: 299 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1522 

Isochaeta Giesbrecht,. 1889, Atti della Reale Accademia dei 
Lincei, (4)5(11), semestre 1: 812 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Copepoda). Op. 1613 

isomorphic Blastothrix (Metablastothrix), Sugonjaev, 1964, 
Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie, 43(2): 371 (specific name of 
the type species of Metablastothrix Sugonjaev, 1964) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1857 

jaceana, Euribia, Hering, 1935, Mdrkische Tierwelt, 1: 169, 
ruled under the plenary power to be given precedence over 
the specific name of Euribia conyzae Hering, 1933 
whenever the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Diptera). Op. 1619 

janitor, Terebratula, Pictet, 1867, Melanges Paleontologiques, 
vol. 1(3), p. 161 (Brachiopoda). Op. 1466 

javanensis, Sipunculus ( Phymosomum ) , De Quatrefages, 1865, 
Histoire Naturelle des Anneles marins et d'eau douce. 
Annelides et Gephyriens, p. 622 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Sipuncula). Op. 1532 

javanica, Anas, Horsfield, 1821, Transactions of the Linnean 
Society of London, 13(1): 199, as defined by the lectotype 
(specimen no. 1880.1.1.4742 in the collections at Tring of 
the Natural History Museum, London) designated under 
the plenary power (Aves, Anseriformes). Op. 1764 

javanica, Eremita, Osbeck, 1765, Reise nac/i Ostindien uml 
China, p. 356 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 
1575 

javanicus, Cervus, Osbeck, 1765, Reise nach Ostindien und 
China, Ed. 2, p. 357 (specific name of the type species of 
Tragulus Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 
1894 

Jeletzkyteuthis Doyle, 1990, Palaeontology, 33: 198 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by original designation: Teudopsis 
agassizii Eudes-Deslongchamps. 1835) (Cephalopoda, 
Coleoidea). Op. 1914 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



43 



Johnstonia Basir, 1956, Zoologica (Stuttgart), 106: 16 (a junior 
homonym of Johnstonia Quatrefages, 1866) (Nematoda). 
Op. 1807 

Johnstonia Fuhrmann, 1920, Festschrift fur Zschokke (Basel), 
27: 18 (a junior homonym of Johnstonia Quatrefages, 1866) 
(Cestoda). Op. 1807 

Johnstonia Quatrefages, 1849, Annates des Sciences Naturelles 
(Zoologie), (3)12: 304, footnote, and all uses of the name 
prior to the publication of Johnstonia Quatrefages, 1866 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Polychaeta). Op. 1807 

Johnstonia Quatrefages, 1866 (January), Annals and Magazine 
of Natural History, (3)17: 21 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent monotypy by Quatrefages, 1866 
(Summer), Histoire naturelle des anneles marins et d'eau 
douce. Annelides et gephyriens, vol. 2, p. 244: Johnstonia 
clymenoides Quatrefages, [1866 (summer)]) (Polychaeta). 
Op. 1807 

jubata, Phoca, Schreber, 1776, Die Sdugethiere in Abbildungen 
nach der Natur mit Beschreibungen, vol. 3, part 17, p. 300, 
pi. 83B (senior subjective synonym of Arctocephalus 
monteriensis Gray, 1859, the type species of Eumetopias 
Gill, 1866) (Mammalia, Pinnipedia). Op. 1962 

Juliana, Aplysia, Quoy & Gaimard, 1832, Zoologie. In: Voyage 
de decouvertes de L' Astrolabe pendant les annees 1826-1827- 
1828-1829 sous le commandement de M. J. Dumont 
d'Urville, vol. 2 (Mollusques), p. 309 (Gastropoda). Op. 
1844 

julieni, Coccyzus, Lawrence, [1864], Annals of the Lyceum of 
Natural History of New York, 8: 42, issued in the serial in 
1867, but published as a separate in 1864 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Aves, Cuculiformes). Op. 1688 

junix, Brachycerus, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei 
zoologici ditissimi Hamburgi, d. HI. Februar 1796 auctionis 
lege distrahendi. Sectio Tenia. Continens Insecta, p. 55, 
ruled under the plenary power to be available despite 
having been published in a suppressed work (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1820 

juxtacrenobium, Simulium (Nevermannia), Bass & Brockhouse, 
1990, Aquatic Insects, 12(2): 65, ruled under the plenary 
power to be deemed to be first available from that work and 
to be unavailable from its publication as Simulium 
juxtacrenobium by Brockhouse, Bass. Feraday & Straus, 
1989(Diptera). Op. 1683 

Kakatoe Cuvier, 1800, Lecons d'anatomie comparee de G. 
Cuvier, recueilles et publiees sous ses yeux par C. Dumeril et 
G.-L. Duvernoy, vol. 1, table 2 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves, 
Psittaciformes). Op. 1949 

Kateretes Herbst, 1793, Natursystem aller bekannten in- und 
ausldndischen Insecten ..., p. 11 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Hope, 1840, The 
Coleopterist's Manual, part 3, p. 155: Dermestes 
pedicularius Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1916 

KATERETIDAE Erichson in Agassiz, [1846], Nomenclator 
zoologicus, fasc. 11, p. 30 (type genus: Kateretes Herbst, 
1793), ruled under the plenary power that this name and 
other family-group names based on Kateretes are to be 
given precedence over BRACHYPTERINAE Erichson, 
[1845] and other family-group names based on 
Brachypterus Kugelann, 1794 whenever their type genera 
are placed in the same family-group taxon (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1916 



KELAENIDAE Naef, 1921, Mitteilungen aus der 
Zoologischen Station zu Neapel, 22: 535 (invalid because 
the name of its type genus, Kelaeno Minister, 1842, is a 
junior homonym) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1860 

Kelaeno d'Orbigny, 1841, Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de 
France, 12: 354 (a junior objective synonym of 
Acanthoteuthis Miinster, 1839) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). 
Op. 1860 

Kelaeno Miinster, 1839, in Miinster, G Graf zu (Ed.), Beitrdge 
zur Petrefacten-Kunde, part 1, p. 94 (unavailable because 
not published as a valid name) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). 
Op. 1860 

Kelaeno Miinster, 1842, Neues Jahrbuch fur Mineralogie, 
Geognosie, Geologie und Petrefakten-Kunde, 1842: 46 (a 
junior homonym of Kelaeno d'Orbigny, 1841) (Cephalo- 
poda, Coleoidea). Op. 1860 

KINOSTERNIDAE Agassiz, 1857, Contributions to the 
natural history of the United States, Monograph 1 , parts 2 
and 3, p. 346, correct original spelling of 
CINOSTERNOIDAE (type genus: Kinosternon Spix, 1824) 
(Reptilia, Testudines). Op. 1534 

Kinosternon Spix, 1824, Animalia nova, sive species novae 
testudinem, p. 17 (gender: neuter) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Bell, 1828, Zoological Journal, 3: 
515: Kinosternon longicaudatum Spix, 1824) (Reptilia, 
Testudines). Op. 1534 

Kobeltia Seibert, 1873, Nachrichtsblatt der deutschen 
Malakozoologischen Gesellschaft, 6: 81 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, confirmed by the Commission to be by 
monotypy: Arion hortensis Ferussac, 1819) (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1679 

kochi, Olpium, Simon, 1881, Bulletin de la Societe Zoologique 
de France, 6: 14, as defined by the lectotype designated by 
Harvey & Mahnert, 1986, Bulletin of Zoological 
Nomenclature, 42: 86, ruled under the plenary power to 
denote a different nominal species from Chelifer hermannii 
Audouin, 1826 (Arachnida). Op. 1423 

kochii, Heliophanus, Simon, 1868, Annates de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, (4)8: 699 (Arachnida, Araneae). 
Op. 1611 

Kolon Herbst, 1797, Natursystem aller bekannten in- und 
ausldndischen Insekten. Der Kafer, part 7, p. 224. ruled 
under the plenary power to be an incorrect original spelling 
of Colon (Coleoptera). Op. 1810 

Kryptophagus Herbst, 1792, Natursystem aller bekannten in- 
und ausldndischen Insekten. Der Kafer, part 4, p. 172, ruled 
under the plenary power to be an incorrect original spelling 
of Cryptophagus (Coleoptera). Op. 1810 

kumpani, Brachythyris, Yanischevsky, 1935, Uchenye Zapiski 
Leningrad Gosud. Un-ta, Vyp., vol. 1, pp. 68-69 (specific 
name of the type species of Tomiopsis Benediktova, 1956) 
(Brachiopoda, Spiriferida). Op. 1395 

labiata, Megilla, Fabricius, [1805], Systema Piezatorum, p. 333 
(specific name of the type species of Macropis Panzer, 
1809) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1383 

Labrus Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 282 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Labrus mixtus Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1954 

Lachnopus Schonherr, 1840, Genera et species curculionidum. 
cum synonymia hujus familiae, p. 380 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by original designation: Curculio aurifer 
Drury, 1773) (Coleoptera). Op. 1451 

lacteus, Lumbricus terrestris, Orley, 1885, Ertekezesek a 
Termeszettudomdnyok Kdrebdl, 15: 21 (specific name of the 
type species of Octolasion Orley, 1885) (Oligochaeta). Op. 
1403 



44 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



lacteus, Termes, Froggatt, 1898, Proceedings of the Linnean 
Society of New South Wales, 22: 721 (Isoptera). Op. 1781 

lactiflorea, Planaria, Johnston, 1828, Zoological Journal, 3: 
489 (specific name of the type species of Amphiporus 
Ehrenberg, 1831) (Nemertea). Op. 1675 

lactis, Termes, Froggatt, 1897, Agricultural Gazette of New 
South Wales, 8: plate facing p. 297 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Isoptera). Op. 1781 

Lactura Walker, 1854, List of the specimens of lepidopterous 
insects in the collection of the British Museum, part 2, p. 485 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Lactura 
dives Walker, 1854) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1927 

Laeochochlis Dunker & Metzger, 1874, Jahrbucher der 
Deutschen Malakozoologischen Gesellschaft, 1(2): 146, ruled 
under the plenary power to be an incorrect subsequent 
spelling of Laeocochlis Dunker & Metzger, 1874 (Gastro- 
poda). Op. 1700 

Laeocochlis Dunker & Metzger, 1874, Nachrichtsblatt der 
Deutschen Malakozoologischen Gesellschaft, 6(1): 7 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Laiochochlis [sic] 
pommeraniae Dunker & Metzger, 1874, a junior subjective 
synonym of Cerithium sinistratum Nyst, 1835) (Gastro- 
poda). Op. 1700 

laetus, Schizopus, Le Conte, 1858, Proceedings of the Academy 
of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1858: 70 (specific name 
of the type species of Schizopus Le Conte, 1858) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1727 

laevigatum, Cycloceras, M'Coy, 1844, A synopsis of the 
characters of the Carboniferous Limestone fossils of Ireland, 
p. 10, as defined by the neotype (specimen no. GSLF03400 
in the Geological Survey of Ireland) designated under the 
plenary power (specific name of the type species of 
Cycloceras M'Coy, 1844) (Cephalopoda, Nautiloidea). Op. 
1720 

laevis, Atrypa, Vanuxem, 1842, Natural History of New York, 
p. 120 (specific name of the type species of Meristella Hall, 
1859) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1899 

laevis, Turbo, Pennant, 1777, British zoology, Ed. 4, vol. 4, p. 
130 (octavo edition) (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 
1739 

Lagomeryx Roger, 1904, Bericht des Naturwissenschaftlichen 
Vereins fur Schwaben und Neuburg (a.V.) Augsburg, 36: 18 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Lagomeryx ruetimeyeri Thenius, 1948) 
(Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 1790 

Laiochochlis Dunker & Metzger, 1874, Nachrichtsblatt der 
Deutschen Malakozoologischen Gesellschaft, 6(1): 7, ruled 
under the plenary power to be an incorrect original spelling 
of Laeocochlis (Gastropoda). Op. 1700 

Laiocochlis Dunker & Metzger, 1874, Jahrbucher der 
Deutschen Malakozoologischen Gesellschaft, 1(2): pi. 7, fig. 
3, ruled under the plenary power to be an incorrect subse- 
quent spelling of Laeocochlis Dunker & Metzger, 1874 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1700 

lamia, Roeselia, Meigen, 1838, Systematische Beschreibung der 
bekannten europdischen zweifliigeligen Insekten, vol. 7, p. 
254, as defined by the neotype designated by O'Hara, 1985, 
Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 42: 95 (specific name 
of the type species of Actia Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830) 
(Diptera). Op. 1432 

laminosa, Phyllodoce, Lamarck, 1818, Histoire naturelle des 
animaux sans vertebres, vol. 5, p. 316 (specific name of the 
type species of Phyllodoce Lamarck, 1818) (Polychaeta). 
Op. 1692 



Lampra Dejean, 1833. Catalogue des coleopteres de la 
collection de M. le Comte Dejean, Ed. 2, part 1. p. 78 (a 
junior homonym of Lampra Hiibner, 1821) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1825 

lancifer, Musca, Harris. [1780], An exposition of English 
insects, part 4, p. 126, as defined by the neotype (the male 
specimen labelled 'England, Surrey: Bookham Common, 
Broadway North, 25.x. 1969, A.C & B. Pont' in the Natural 
History Museum. London) designated under the plenary 
power (specific name of the type species of Hydrophoria 
Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830) (Diptera). Op. 1827 

Langaha Bonnaterre, 1790. Ophiologie, in: Tableau 
Encyclopedique et Methodique des Trois Regnes de la 
Nature, p. 71 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Langaha madagascariensis Bonnaterre, 1790) 
(Reptilia). Op. 1463 

lapidum, Paludina, d'Orbigny, 1835, Magasin de Zoologie, 
Classe 5 (Mollusques), 5(62): 29, as defined by the lectotype 
(specimen no. 1854.12.4.339 in the d'Orbigny collection in 
the Natural History Museum, London) designated by Pons 
da Silva & Davis, 1983, Proceedings of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 135: 143 (specific name of 
the type species of Potamolithus Pilsbry & Rush, 1896) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1779 

Laplisia Lamarck, 1801, Systeme des animaux sans vertebres, 
p. 62, ruled under the plenary power to be an incorrect 
subsequent spelling of Laplysia Linnaeus. 1 767 (emended to 
Aplysia in Opinion 200) (Gastropoda). Op. 1471 

Lara Le Conte, 1852, Proceedings of the Academy of Natural 
Sciences of Philadelphia, 6: 42 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Lara avara Le Conte. 1852) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1515 

LARAINI Le Conte. 1861, Smithsonian Miscellaneous 
Collections, 3: 116 (type genus: Lara Le Conte, 1852), 
spelling emended from LARINI by the ruling under the 
plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the 
Code the stem of the generic name Lara Le Conte. 1852 is 
LARA- (Coleoptera). Op. 1515 

Laria Scopoli, 1763, Entomologia Carniolica, p. 21 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1809 

LARIDAE Rafinesque-Schmaltz, 1815, Analyse de la Nature 
ou Tableau de I'Univers et des Corps organises, p. 72 (type 
genus: Larus Linnaeus, 1758) (Aves). Op. 1515 

LARINI Le Conte, 1861, Smithsonian Miscellaneous 
Collections, 3: 116, spelling emended to LARAINI 
following the ruling under the plenary power that for the 
purposes of Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic 
name Lara Le Conte, 1852 is LARA- (a junior homonym 
of LARIDAE Rafinesque-Schmaltz, 1815) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1515 

Larnaudia Bott, 1966, Senckenbergiana biologica, 47(6): 490 
(gender: feminine) (type species, confirmed by the 
Commission to be by monotypy: Thelphusa larnaudii Milne 
Edwards, 1869) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1640 

larnaudii, Thelphusa, Milne Edwards, 1869, Nouvelles archives 
du Museum d' Histoire Naturelle de Paris, 5: 166 (specific 
name of the type species of Larnaudia Bott, 1966) 
(Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1640 

Larus Linnaeus, 1758. Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 136 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Selby, 1840, Tracts of Zoology (1788-1867). 
11: 48: Larus marinus Linnaeus, 1758) (Aves). Op. 1515 

larvatus, Oriolus, Lichtenstein, 1823, Verzeichniss der Doublet- 
ten des Zoologischen Museum der Konigl. Universildt zu 
Berlin ..., p. 20 (Aves). Op. 1859 



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45 



lateritius, Platycnemus, Nordmann, 1837, Symbolae ad 
monographiam staphylinorum, p. 135 (specific name of the 
type species of Platycnemus Nordmann, 1837) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1851 

lathami, Psittacus, Temminck, 1807, Catalogue systematique 
du cabinet d'ornithologie et de la collection de quadrumanes 
de Crd. Jb. Temminck, p. 21 (Aves, Psittaciformes). Op. 1833 

laticarinata, Chelydra, Hay, 1916, Annual Report of the Florida 
State Geological Survey, vol. 8, p. 72, ruled under the 
plenary power not to be given priority over the specific 
name of Chelydra osceola Stejneger, 1918 whenever the two 
names are considered to be synonyms (Reptilia, 
Testudines). Op. 1377 

latifrons, Chaetodacus, Hendel, 1915, Annates Historico- 
Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici, 13: 425, as defined 
by the male lectotype from Tainan (Taiwan) (in the Natural 
History Museum, London, and denoted by a standard 
purple-edged lectotype label) designated by White & 
Liquido, 1995, Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 52: 
251, ruled under the plenary power to be given precedence 
over the specific name of Dacus parvulus Hendel, 1912 
whenever the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Diptera). Op. 1864 

latipes, Atractocera, Meigen, 1804, Klassifikazion und 
Beschreibung der europdischen zweiftiigeligen Insekten. 
(Diptera Linn.), vol. 1, part 1, p. 96, ruled by the 
Commission to be defined by the holotype recognised by 
Crosskey & Davies, 1972, Entomologist's Gazette, 23(4): 
251-254 (Diptera). Op. 1416 

latipes, Cydnus, Westwood, 1837, A catalogue of Hemiptera in 
the collection of the Rev. F. W. Hope with short Latin 
descriptions of new species, part 1, p. 18, as defined by the 
neotype designated by Lis, 1990, Annals of the Upper 
Silesian Museum - Entomology, 1: 169 (specific name of the 
type species of Scoparipes Signoret, 1880) (Heteroptera). 
Op. 1707 

latiscapus, Aenasioidea, Girault, 1911, Canadian Entomologist, 
43(5): 173 (specific name of the type species of Aenasioidea 
Girault, 1911) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1898 

Leichotes Gistl, 1834, Die Insecten-Doubletten aus der 
Sammlung des Herrn Grafen Rudolph von Jenison Walworth 
zu Regensburg, no. 1, p. 9 (a junior objective synonym of 
Ischnosoma Stephens, 1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1726 

Lekanesphaera Verhoeff, 1943, Zeitschrift fur Morphologie und 
Okologie der Tiere, 39: 169 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
by monotypy: Europosphaera (Lekanesphaera) excavation 
Verhoeff, 1943, a junior subjective synonym of Sphaeroma 
monodi Arcangeli, 1934) (Isopoda). Op. 1574 

lemana, Sigara, Fieber, 1860, Die europdischen Hemiptera, p. 
89 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Heteroptera). Op. 1491 

lenticularis, Madreporites, Blumenbach, 1805, Abbildungen 
naturhistorischer Gegenstdnde, Heft 8, no. 80 (specific name 
of the type species of Palorbitolina Schroeder, 1963) 
(Foraminiferida). Op. 1587 

Lepidomenia Kowalevsky in Brock, 1883, Zoologischer 
Jahresbericht, 1882(3): 29, authorship confirmed by the 
Commission (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Lepidomenia hystrix 
Marion & Kowalevsky in Fischer, 1885) (Solenogastres). 
Op. 1676 

lepidota, Aphrodita, Pallas, 1766, Miscellanea Zoologica, p. 94 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Polychaeta). Op. 1666 



lepisurus. Helioses, Cuvier, 1830, Histoire Naturelle des 
Poissons, vol. 5, p. 498 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, 
Perciformes). Op. 1563 

Lepomis Rafinesque, 1819, Journal de Physique, de Chimie, 
d'Histoire Naturelle et des Arts, 88: 420 (gender, as ruled 
under the plenary power: masculine) (type species, by 
original designation: Labrus auritus Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Osteichthyes. Perciformes). Op. 1684 

Leptoclinum Milne Edwards, 1841, Memoires de VAcademie 
des Sciences de I'lnstitut de France, 18: 297 (gender: neuter) 
(type species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Leptoclinum fulgens Milne Edwards, 1841) (Tunicata, 
Ascidiacea). Op. 1412 

Leptoparius Peters, 1863, Monatsberichte der Koniglichen 
Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 1863: 
452 (a junior objective synonym of Stenorhvnchus Smith, 
1849) (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1921 

lesueuri, Erotylus, Chevrolat, 1835, Coleoptera du Mexique, 
Cent. 2, fasc. 8, no. 175 (specific name of the type species of 
Mycotretus Lacordaire, 1842) (Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

LEUCASPIDINAE Atkinson, 1886, Journal of the Asiatic 
Society of Bengal, 55: 271, 273-274, correction of 
Leucaspiaria (type genus: Leucaspis Signoret, 1869) 
(Homoptera). Op. 1401 

Leucaspis Burmeister, 1835, Archiv fur Naturgeschichte, 1(2): 
47, and all uses of the name prior to the publication of 
Leucaspis Signoret, 1869 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority 
and the Principle of Homonymy) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1401 

Leucaspis Signoret, 1869, Annates de la Societe Entomologique 
de France, (4)8: 865 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Aspidiotus pini Hartig, 1839) (Homoptera). Op. 
1401 

Leucon Kroyer, 1846, Naturhistorisk Tidsskrift, n. ser., 2: 208 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent desig- 
nation by Sars, 1879, Archiv for Mathematik og 
Naturvidenskab, 4: 24: Cuma nasica Kroyer, 1841) 
(Cumacea). Op. 1594 

Leucon Schonherr, 1834, Genera et species Curculionidum cum 
synonymia hujus familiae, vol. 2, part 1, p. 285, and all uses 
of the name prior to the publication of Leucon Kroyer, 
1846 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purpose's 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1594 

LEUCONIDAE Sars, 1878, Archiv for Mathematik og 
Naturvidenskab, 3: 466 (type genus: Leucon Kroyer, 1846) 
(Cumacea). Op. 1594 

Leucorea Laporte, 1835, Etudes entomologiques, part 1 
(Carnassiers), p. 106 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1681 

leucorodia, Platalea, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 139 (specific name of the type species of Platalea 
Linnaeus, 1758) (Aves, Ciconiiformes). Op. 1674 

levicollis, Staphylinus, Brulle, 1832, in Bory St Vincent, 
Expedition scientifique de Moree. Section des sciences 
physiques, vol. 3, part 1 (Zoologie), section 2 (Des animaux 
articles), p. 131 (specific name of the type species of 
Quedius Stephens, 1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1851 

Liasis Gray, 1842, Zoological Miscellany, p. 44 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Liasis mackloti Dumeril & Bibron, 1844) (Reptilia, 
Serpentes). Op. 1514 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



liberiensis, Hippopotamus, Morton, 1849, Journal of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, (2)1: 232 
(specific name of the type species of Choeropsis Leidy, 
1852) (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 1393 

Umax, Madrepora, Esper, 1797, Fortsetzungen der Pflanzen- 
thiere, vol. 1, p. 77 (Anthozoa). Op. 1573 

Umax, Madrepora, Houttuyn, 1772, Natuurlyke Historie of 
Uitvoerige Beschryving der Dieren, Planten en Mineraalen, 
vol. 1, part 17, p. 119, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Madrepora limax Esper, 1797 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of both the 
Principle of Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Anthozoa). Op. 1573 

limosa, Copromyza, Fallen, 1820, Diptera Sueciae Hetero- 
myzides, p. 8, as defined by the lectotype (male syntype in 
Stockholm) designated under the plenary power (Diptera). 
Op. 1745 

limpidus, Centrurus, Karsch, 1879, Mitteilungen der Miin- 
chener Entomologischen Verein, 3: 120 (Arachnida, 
Scorpiones). Op. 1394 

1. incus Stal, 1867, Ofversigt af Kongliga Svenska Vetenskaps- 
Akademiens Forhandlingar , 24(7): 524 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Pentatoma rufospilota 
Westwood, 1837) (Heteroptera). Op. 1742 

lineata, Sigara, Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa insectorum sistens 
species nuper detectas adiectas synonymis, observationibus, 
descriptionibus, emendationibus, vol. 2, p. 276 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Heteroptera). Op. 1626 

lineata, Thaumantias, Forbes, 1848, A monograph of the British 
naked-eyed medusae: with figures of all the species, p. 48 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Hydrozoa). Op. 1465 

lineata, Tigoma, Girard, 1856, Researches upon the cyprinoid 
fishes inhabiting the freshwaters of the United States west of 
the Mississippi Valley, from specimens in the museum of the 
Smithsonian Institution, p. 42, first issued as a separate in 
September 1856; published in the Proceedings of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 8: 206 
between 30 September and 27 December 1856) (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1872 

linneella, Phalaena, Clerck, 1759, Icones Insectorum ..., p. 8, pi. 
xii (specific name of the type species of Chrysoclista 
Stainton, 1854) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1418 

Linthuris de Montfort, 1808, Conchyliologie systematique et 
classification methodique des coquilles. Coquilles univalves, 
cloisonnees, vol. 1, p. 254 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Foraminiferida). 
Op. 1571 

LIPARIDAE Gill, 1861, Catalogue of the fishes of the eastern 
coast of North America, from Greenland to Georgia, p. 47 
(type genus: Liparis Scopoli, 1777), spelling confirmed 
following the ruling by the Commission that for the 
purposes of Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic 
name Liparis Scopoli, 1777 is LIPAR- (Osteichthyes, 
Scorpaeniformes). Op. 1673 

Liparis Scopoli, 1777, J. A. Scopoli ... Introductio ad Historiam 
naturalem, sistens genera Lapidum, Plantarum et Animalium 
..., p. 453 (gender: masculine) (type species, by absolute 
tautonymy: Cyclopterus liparis Linnaeus, 1766) 
(Osteichthyes, Scorpaeniformes). Op. 1673 



liparis, Cyclopterus, Linnaeus, 1766, Systema Naturae, Ed. 12. 
vol. 1(1). p. 414 (specific name of the type species of Liparis 
Scopoli. 1777) (Osteichthyes. Scorpaeniformes). Op. 1673 

Lirobarleeia Ponder, 1983. Records of the Australian Museum, 
35(6): 243 (gender: feminine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Alvania nigrescens Bartsch & 
Rehder, 1939) (Gastropoda). Op. 1888 

Lironeca Leach, 1847, in White. List of the specimens of 
Crustacea in the collections of the British Museum, p. 109. 
ruled by the Commission to be an incorrect subsequent 
spelling of Livoneca Leach, 1818 (Crustacea, Isopoda). Op. 
1849 

listerianum, Leptoclinum, Milne Edwards, 1841, Memoires de 
I'Academie des Sciences de I'Institut de France, 18: 300 
(senior subjective synonym of Diplosoma rayneri 
MacDonald. 1859, the type species of Diplosoma 
MacDonald, 1859) (Tunicata, Ascidiacea). Op. 1412 

lituellum, Siphonium (Dendropoma), Morch. 1861, Proceedings 
of the Zoological Society of London, 1861: 154 (specific 
name of the type species of Dendropoma Morch. 1861) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1425 

liturata, Tenthredo, Gmelin. 1790, Caroli a Linne Systema 
Naturae, Ed. 13, vol. 1, part 5, p. 2668 (senior subjective 
synonym of Tenthredo guttata Fallen, 1808, the type species 
of Poecilostoma Dahlbom, 1835) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

Livoneca Leach, 1818. in Cuvier (Ed.), Dictionnaire des 
sciences naturelles, vol. 12, p. 351 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Fowler, 1912, Annual 
Report of the New Jersey State Museum, 1911: 278: 
Livoneca redmanii Leach, 1818), ruled by the Commission 
to be the correct original spelling (Crustacea, Isopoda). Op. 
1849 

LIVONECINAE Schioedte & Meinert, 1884, Naturhistorisk 
Tidsskrift, (3)14: 325 (type genus: Livoneca Leach. 1818) 
(Crustacea, Isopoda). Op. 1849 

liza, Mugil, Valenciennes in Cuvier & Valenciennes, 1836, 
Histoire naturelle des poissons, vol. 11, p. 83, as defined by 
the lectotype (specimen no. A. 4659 in the Museum 
National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris) designated by 
Harrison, 1993, Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 50: 
146 (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1787 

Lizinus Mulsant & Rey, 1870, Histoire naturelle des punaises de 
France. Coreides, Alydides, Berytides, Stenocephalides, p. 
212 (gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Pericart, 1984, Faune de France, vol. 70. p. 
58: Beryrus montivagus Meyer-Diir, 1841), ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over Melorus 
Mulsant & Rey, 1870, but not to be given priority over 
Berytinus Kirkaldy, 1900 whenever it and one of the other 
nominal genera are considered to be synonyms 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1504 

Lobactis Verrill, 1864, Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative 
Zoology, 1: 52 (gender: feminine) (type species, by original 
designation: Fungia dentigera Leuckart, 1841, a junior 
subjective synonym of Fungia scutaria Lamarck, 1801) 
(Anthozoa). Op. 1649 

loewii, Aleuropteryx, Klapalak. 1894, Entomologist's Monthly 
Magazine, 30: 122 (specific name of the type species of 
Aleuropteryx Low, 1885) (Neuroptera). Op. 1595 

Loligo Lamarck, 1798. Bulletin des Sciences, par la Societe 
Philomatique de Paris, 17: 130 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Children, 1823, 
Lamarck's genera of shells, p. 16: Loligo vulgaris Lamarck, 
1798) (Cephalopoda. Coleoidea). Op. 1861 



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loligo, Sepia, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1, 
p. 659 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). 
Op. 1861 

Loligosepia Quenstedt, 1839, Neues Jahrbuchfiir Mineralogie, 
Geognosie, Geologie und Petrefaktenkunde, 1839: 163 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation 
by Regteren Altena, 1949, Archives du Musee Teyler, (3)10: 
58: Loligo aalensis Schubler in Zieten, 1832) (Cephalopoda, 
Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

longicauda, Agathis, Boheman, 1853, Kongliga Vetenskaps- 
Akademiens Handlingar, 1851: 178, as defined by the 
lectotype (specimen labelled (1) Sc. ar. [= Scanis arid]; (2) 
Bhn [=Boheman]; (3) 487 91 [pink label designating loan 
number for 1991]; (4) Riksmuseum Stockholm [green]; (5) 
lectotype label [red]) designated by Wharton, 1991, Bulletin 
of Zoological Nomenclature, 48: 332 (specific name of the 
type species of Vipio Latreille, 1804) (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1758 

longicaudatum, Kinosternon, Spix, 1824, Animalia nova, sive 
species novae testudinem, p. 17 (specific name of the type 
species of Kinosternon Spix, 1824) (Reptilia, Testudines). 
Op. 1534 

longiceps, Grifflthides, Portlock, 1843, Report on the geology of 
the county of Londonderry, and of parts of Tyrone and 
Fermanagh, p. 310 (specific name of the type species of 
Griffithides Portlock, 1843) (Trilobita). Op. 1652 

longicornis, Apis, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 574 (specific name of the type species of Eucera 
Scopoli, 1770) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

longicornis, Oniscus, J. Sowerby, 1805, The British Miscellany, 
part 4, p. 31 (specific name of the type species of Astacilla 
Cordiner, 1793) (Isopoda). Op. 1369 

longicosta, Patella, Lamarck, 1819, Patelle. Patella. In: 
Histoire naturelle des animaux sans vertebres, vol. 6, part 1, 
p. 326 (Gastropoda). Op. 1868 

longimana, Simia, Schreber, [1774], Die Saugthiere in 
Abbildungen nach der Natur mit Beschreibungen, vol. 1 , p. 
67, pi. 3 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Mammalia, Primates). Op. 
1736 

longipalpis, Erigone, Sundevall, 1830, Kungliga Svenska 
Vetenskapsakademiens Handlingar, 1829: 212 (specific name 
of the type species of Erigone Audouin, [1826]) (Arach- 
nida, Araneae). Op. 1421 

longiremis, Pseudaugaptilus, Sars, 1907, Bulletin de ITnstitut 
Oceanographique, 101: 24 (Copepoda). Op. 1613 

longirostris, Palaemon, H. Milne Edwards, 1837, Histoire 
Naturelle des Crustaces, vol. 2, p. 392 (Crustacea, 
Decapoda). Op. 1576 

longirostris, Palaemon, H. Milne Edwards, 1837, Histoire 
Naturelle des Crustaces, vol. 2, p. 394 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Crustacea, 
Decapoda). Op. 1576 

longisetosus, Isochaeta, Thompson, 1903, Annals and 
Magazine of Natural History, (7)12(67): 26 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Copepoda). Op. 1613 

longissimus, Phorusrhacos, Ameghino, 1887, Boletin del Museo 
de La Plata, 1887: 24 (specific name of the type species of 
Phorusrhacos Ameghino, 1887) (Aves, Gruiformes). Op. 
1687 



lonnbergi, Catharacta antarctica, Mathews, 1912, Novitates 
Zoologicae, 18(3): 212 (Aves, Charadriiformes). Op. 1814 

Loridium Rafinesque, 1815, Analyse de la nature, p. 54 (a 
junior objective synonym of Loris E. Geoffroy Saint- 
Hilaire, 1796) (Mammalia, Primates). Op. 1922 

Loris E. Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1796, Magasin 
Encyclopedique, ou journal des sciences, des lettres et des 
arts, (2)1(1): 48, 49 (gender: masculine) (type species, under 
Article 67.8 of the Code by subsequent designation by 
Illiger, 1811, Prodromus systematis Mammalium et Avium 
.... p. 73: Lemur tardigradus Linnaeus, 1758) (Mammalia, 
Primates). Op. 1922 

Loxoconchella Triebel, 1954, Senckenbergiana Lethaea, 35: 17 
(gender: feminine) (type species, confirmed by the 
Commission to be by original designation: Loxoconcha 
honoluliensis Brady, 1880) (Ostracoda). Op. 1541 

Lucicutia Giesbrecht in Giesbrecht & Schmeil, 1898, Das 
Tierreich, 6: 110 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
indication under Article 67.8 of the Code: Leuckartia 
flavicornis Claus, 1863) (Copepoda). Op. 1613 

LUCICUTIIDAE Sars, 1902, An account of the Crustacea of 
Norway, vol. 4 (Copepoda, Calanoida), parts 7 and 8 
(Centropagidae and Diaptomidae), p. 73 (type genus: 
Lucicutia Giesbrecht in Giesbrecht & Schmeil, 1898) 
(Copepoda). Op. 1613 

lucorum, Apis, Linnaeus, 1761, Fauna Suecica, Ed. 2, p. 425, as 
defined by the neotype designated by Day, 1979, Biological 
Journal of the Linnean Society (London), 12: 66 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1828 

luctator, Longitarsus aeruginosus, Weise, 1893, Naturgeschichte 
der Insekten Deutschlands, vol. 6, part 1. p. 1010 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1656 

Ludita Nagy, 1967, Reichenbachia, 8(24): 197 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Tiphia villosa Fabricius, 1793) (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1559 

lugubris, Caranx, Poey, [1860], Poissons de Cuba. In: Memorias 
sobre la historia natural de la Isla de Cuba, acompanadas de 
sumarios Latinos y extractos en Frances, vol. 2, p. 222 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1841 

lunaris, Scarabaeus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 346 (specific name of the type species of Copris 
Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

luridus, Dytiscus, Linnaeus, 1761, Fauna Svecica, Ed. 2, p. 214 
(specific name of the type species of Berosus Leach, 1817) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1577 

lutarius, Hemerobius, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 550 (specific name of the type species of Sialis 
Latreille, 1802) (Megaloptera). Op. 1596 

luteoscutellata, Phytagromyza, de Meijere, 1924, Tijdschrift 
voor Entomologie, 67: 145 (specific name of the type species 
of Paraphytomyza Enderlein, 1936) (Diptera). Op. 1509 

lutosa, Limosina, Stenhammar, 1855. Kongl. Vetenskaps- 
Akademiens Handlingar, 1853: 380, as defined by the 
lectotype designated by Kim, 1972, Entomological News, 
83: 206 (Diptera). Op. 1745 

Lutra Brisson, 1762, Regnum Animale in classes IX 
distributum, sive synopsis methodica, Ed. 2, pp. 13, 201 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Mustela lutra Linnaeus, 1758), ruled under 
the plenary power to be taken as first available from 
Brisson, 1762, despite that being a work rejected for 
nomenclatural purposes (Mammalia, Carnivora). Op. 1 894 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



lutra, Mustela, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1 , p. 45 (specific name of the type species of Lutra Brisson, 
1762) (Mammalia, Carnivora). Op. 1894 

Luzonia Dall & Smith in Dall, 1890, Proceedings of the U.S. 
National Museum, 12: 282 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
by original designation: Neaera philippinensis Hinds, 1843) 
(Bivalvia). Op. 1376 

Lybas Dejean, 1836, Catalogue des coleopteres de la collection 
de M. le Comte Dejean, Ed. 2, Livr. 5, p. 429, and all uses of 
the name prior to the publication of Lybas Lacordaire, 
1842 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

Lybas Lacordaire, 1842, Monographic des Eroty liens, famille de 
I'ordre des coleopteres, p. 228 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Crotch, 1 876, Cistula 
Entomologica, 1: 471: Lybas normalis Lacordaire, 1842) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

Lycognathophis Boulenger, 1 893, Catalogue of the snakes in 
the British Museum (Natural History), vol. 1, p. 317 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Psam- 
mophis seychellensis Schlegel, 1837) (Reptilia, Serpentes). 
Op. 1856 

macellaria, Musca, Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae, p. 
776 (specific name of the type species of Cochliomyia 
Townsend, 1915) (Diptera). Op. 1399 

Maclurea Emmons, 1842, Geology of New York, part 2, p. 312 
(an unjustified emendation of Maclurites Lesueur, 1818) 
(Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

Maclurita de Blainville, 1823, Dictionnaire des Sciences 
naturelles, vol. 27, p. 519 (an unjustified emendation of 
Maclurites Lesueur, 1818) (Gastropoda, Archaeo- 
gastropoda). Op. 1470 

Maclurite Lesueur, 1818, Journal of the Academy of Natural 
Sciences of Philadelphia, 1(2): 312, ruled under the plenary 
power to be an incorrect original spelling of Maclurites 
(Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

Maclurites Lesueur, 1818, Journal of the Academy of Natural 
Sciences of Philadelphia, 1(2): 312 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by de Koninck, 1881, 
Bulletin du Musee Royal d'Histoire Naturelle de Belgique, 6: 
107: Maclurites magna Lesueur, 1818), ruled under the 
plenary power to be the correct original spelling of 
Maclurite (Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

MACLURITIDAE Carpenter, 1861, Annual Reports of the 
Smithsonian Institution, 1861: 216 (correction of 
MACLUREADAE) (type genus: Maclurites Lesueur, 1818) 
(Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

macrocephalus, Harpes, Goldfuss, 1839, Nova Acta Academiae 
Caesarea Leopoldino-Carolinae Germanicum Naturae 
Curiosorum, 19(1): 359 (specific name of the type species of 
Harpes Goldfuss, 1839) (Trilobita). Op. 1436 

Macrochaeta Bretscher, 1896, Revue Suisse de Zoologie, 3(4): 
509 (a junior homonym of Macrochaeta Grube, 1850 and a 
senior objective synonym of Macrochaetina Bretscher. 
1899) (Oligochaeta). Op. 1835 

Macrochaetina Bretscher, 1 899, Revue Suisse de Zoologie, 6(2): 
392 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy of the 
replaced nominal genus Macrochaeta Bretscher, 1896: 
Macrochaeta intermedia Bretscher, 1896), ruled under the 
plenary power not to be given priority over Vejdovskyella 
Michaelsen, 1903 whenever the two names are considered 
to be synonyms (Oligochaeta). Op. 1835 

Macronectes Richmond, 1905, Proceedings of the Biological 
Society of Washington, 18: 76 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by monotypy of the replaced nominal genus 
Ossifraga Hombron & Jacquinot, 1844: Procellaria gigantea 
Gmelin, [1789]) (Aves, Procellariiformes). Op. 1751 



Macrophya Dahlbom. 1835, Conspectus Tcnthredinidum. 
Siricidum et Oryssinorum Scandinaviae quas Hymeno- 
ptewrum familias. pp. 4. 1 1 (gender: feminine) (type species. 
by designation under the plenary power: Tenthredo 
montana Scopoli, 1763) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1958 

Macropis Panzer, 1809, Fauna Insectorum Germanicae initia .... 
vol. 107, tab. 16 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Megilla labiata Fabricius. [1805]) (Hymeno- 
ptera). Op. 1383 

Macropterygius von Huene. 1922, Monographien zur Geologic 
und Palaeontologie. 1: 98 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by subsequent designation by von Huene, 1923, Bulletin of 
the Geological Society of America, 34: 465: Ichthyosaurus 
trigonus Owen, 1840) (Reptilia, Ichthyopterygia). Op. 1734 

macrotuberculata, Waagenoconcha (Gruntoconcha), Angiolini. 
1995, Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Straligrafia, 101: 
206 (specific name of the type species of Gruntoconcha 
Angiolini, 1995) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1928 

maculata, Pomacea, Perry, 1810, Arcana; or the Museum of 
Natural History, pi. 1 1 and text (specific name of the type 
species of Pomacea Perry, 1810) (Gastropoda). Op. 1913 

madagascariensis, Langaha, Bonnaterre, 1790, Ophiologie. in: 
Tableau Encyclopedique et Methodique des Trois Regnes de 
la Nature, p. 71 (specific name of the type species of 
Langaha Bonnaterre, 1790) (Reptilia). Op. 1463 

madagascariensis. Stercorarius antarcticus, Bonaparte. 1856. 
Conspectus generum avium, vol. 2, p. 207 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Aves, Charadriiformes). Op. 1814 

magalhaensis, Paessleria, Michaelsen, 1907, Ergebnisse der 
Hamburger Magalhaensischen Sammelreise, 8(5): 69 
(specific name of the type species of Paessleria Michaelsen, 
1907) (Tunicata). Op. 1865 

magna, Maclurites, Lesueur, 1818, Journal of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1(2): 312 (specific name of 
the type species of Maclurites Lesueur. 1818) (Gastropoda, 
Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

magnifica, Doris, Quoy & Gaimard, 1832, Voyage de 
V Astrolabe, Zoologie, vol. 2, Mollusques, p. 270 (specific 
name of the type species of Chromodoris Alder & 
Hancock, 1855) (Gastropoda). Op. 1375 

magnificus, Psittacus, Shaw in Shaw & Nodder, 1790, The 
naturalist's miscellany, vol. 2, p. 50 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves, 
Psittaciformes). Op. 1833 

magnificus, Pycinaster, Spencer, 1913, Philosophical 
Transactions of the Roval Society of London, (B)204: 125 
(Asteroidea). Op. 1579' 

magnirostris, Alauda, Stephens. 1 826. in Shaw. General zoology 
(Aves), vol. 14, part 1, p. 26 (Aves). Op. 1859 

Magnonaias Utterback, 1915, American Midland Naturalist. 
vol. 4(3), p. 47 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Bivalvia). Op. 1487 

maior. Papilio malvae, Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa insectorum, 
vol. 2, p. 91 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1599 

major, Syrichthus serratulae, Staudinger, 1879, Horae 
Societatis Entomologicae Rossicae, 14: 292 (Lepidoptera). 
Op. 1599 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



49 



Mammuthus Brookes, 1828, A catalogue of the anatomical & 
zoological museum of Joshua Brookes, Esq., F.R.S., F.L.S. 
etc. Part 1, p. 73 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Elephas primigenius 
Blumenbach, 1799) (Mammalia, Proboscidea). Op. 1661 

manca, Trigoniza, Bolivar, 1898, Annali del Museo Civico di 
Storia Naturale Giacomo Doria, 39: 96 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Orthoptera). Op. 1489 

mangiferae, Cryphalus, Stebbing, 1914, Indian Forest Insects of 
Economic Importance. Coleoptera, p. 542, ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over the specific 
names of Cryphalus inops Eichhoff, 1872 and 
Hypothenemus griseus Blackburn, 1885 whenever it is 
considered to be a synonym of either (Coleoptera). Op. 
1408 

manicata, Apis, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 577 (specific name of the type species of Anthidium 
Fabricius, 1804) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

manitoulinensis, Climacograptus, Caley, 1936, Geological 
Survey of Canada, Memoir 202(2): 65 (Graptolithina). Op. 
1561 

Mantes Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 399 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Orthoptera). Op. 1754 

margelanica, Platyscelis, Kraatz, 1882, Deutsche Entomo- 
logische Zeitschrift, 26(1): 84 (specific name of the type 
species of Planoplatyscelis Kaszab, 1940) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1728 

marginalis, Musca, Fallen, 1824, Monographia Muscidium 
Sueciae, vol. 7, p. 66, and all uses of the specific name of 
Musca marginalis prior to the publication of Musca 
marginalis Wiedemann, 1830 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority 
and the Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1507 

marginalis, Musca, Fourcroy, 1785, Entomologia Parisiensis, 
2(5): 497, and all uses of the specific name of Musca 
marginalis prior to the publication of Musca marginalis 
Wiedemann, 1830 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1507 

marginalis, Musca, Wiedemann, 1830, Aussereuropaische 
zweifliigelige Insekten, vol. 2, p. 395 (Diptera). Op. 1507 

marginata, Leptura, Fabricius, 1781, Species Insectorum eorum 
differentias specificas, synonyma auctorum, loca natalia, 
metamorphosin adiectis observationibus, descriptionibus, 1: 
247 (Coleoptera). Op. 1494 

marginata, Leptura, O.F Miiller, 1766, in Allioni, Melanges de 
Philosophic et de mathematique de la Societe Royale de 
Turin, 3: 188, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Leptura marginata Fabricius, 1781 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1494 

marginata, Notonecta, Miiller, 1776, Zoologiae Danicae 
prodromus, seu animalium Daniae et Norvegiae indigenarum 
characteres, nomina, et synonyma imprimis popularium, p. 
104 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Heteroptera). Op. 1794 

marginatus, Carabus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 416 (specific name of the type species of 
Agonum Bonelli, 1810) (Coleoptera). Op. 1855 



marinus, Elophorus, Paykull. 1798, Fauna Suecica. Insecta, vol. 
1[8], p. 245 (specific name of the type species of Ochthebius 
Leach, 1815) (Coleoptera). Op. 1631 

marinus, Larus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 136 (specific name of the type species of Larus 
Linnaeus, 1758) (Aves). Op. 1515 

marinus, Silurus, Mitchill, 1815, Transactions of the Literary 
and Philosophical Society of New York, 1: 433 
(Osteichthyes, Siluriformes). Op. 1547 

marmoratus, Curculio, Goeze, 1777, Entomologische Beytrage 
zu des Ritter Linne zwolften Ausgabe des Natursystems, vol. 
1, p. 413 (senior subjective synonym of Curculio lythri 
Fabricius, 1787, the type species of Nanophyes Schonherr, 
1838) (Coleoptera). Op. 1526 

marmoratus, Hemitripteras, Ay res, 1854, The Pacific (San 
Francisco), 3(44): 174, ruled by the Commission to have 
priority over its subjective synonym Scorpaenichthys 
marmoratus Girard, 1854, the type species of Scorpae- 
nichthys Girard, 1854 (Osteichthyes, Scorpaeniformes). Op. 
1583 

marmoratus, Rivulus, Poey, 1880, Anales de la Sociedad 
Espaiiola de Historia Natural, 9(2): 248, as defined by the 
neotype (specimen no. 37429 in the United States National 
Museum, Washington, D.C) designated under the plenary 
power, ruled under the plenary power to be given 
precedence over the specific name of Rivulus ocellatus 
Hensel, 1868 whenever the two names are considered to be 
synonyms (Osteichthyes, Cyprinodontiformes). Op. 1798 

marmorea, Discocephala, Laporte, 1833, Magasin de Zoologie, 
2: 57 (specific name of the type species of Discocephala 
Laporte, 1833) (Heteroptera). Op. 1538 

marmoria, Drosophila, Hutton, 1901, Transactions and 
Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, 33: 91 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1712 

Marssonopora Lang, 1914, Geological Magazine, n.s., decade 
6, 1: 438 (gender: feminine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Membranipora densispina 
Levinsen, 1925) (Bryozoa, Cheilostomata). Op. 1608 

mastigophorus, Calanus, Claus, 1863, Die freilebenden 
Copepoden mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung der Fauna 
Deutschlands, der Nordsee und des Mittelmeeres, p. 173 
(specific name of the type species of Clausocalanus 
Giesbrecht, 1888) (Copepoda). Op. 1503 



maugetii, Elmis, Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle des fourmis, 
p. 400 (specific name of the type species of Elmis Latreille, 
1802) (Coleoptera). Op. 1812 

maxillosa, Phyllodoce, Ranzani, 1817, Opuscoli Scientifici, 
Bologna, 1(2): 109 (specific name of the type species of 
Polyodontes de Blainville, 1828) (Polychaeta). Op. 1692 

mcintoshi, Aedes (Neomelaniconion), Huang, 1985, Mosquito 
Systematics, 17: 109 (Diptera). Op. 1775 

Megaloceros Brookes, 1828, A Catalogue of the Anatomical 
and Zoological Museum of Joshua Brookes, Esq., part 1, p. 
61 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Megaloceros antiquorum Brookes, 1 828, a junior subjective 
synonym of Alee gigantea Blumenbach, 1799), ruled under 
the plenary power to be the correct original spelling of 
Megalocerus (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 1 566 

Megalocerus Brookes, 1828, A Catalogue of the Anatomical 
and Zoological Museum of Joshua Brookes, Esq., part 1, p. 
61, ruled under the plenary power to be an incorrect 
original spelling of Megaloceros (Mammalia. 
Artiodactyla). Op. 1566 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Megalodon Sowerby, 1827, The mineral conchology of Great 
Britain, part 97 (vol. 6), p. 131 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Megalodon cucullatus Sowerby. 
1827)(Bivalvia). Op. 1829 

Megalodontes Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle, generate et 
particuliere des crustaces et des insectes, vol. 3, p. 302 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Tenthredo 
cephalotes Fabricius, 1781) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1829 

MEGALODONTESIDAE Konow, 1897, Annalen des 
Koniglichen-Kaiserlichen Naturhistorischen Hofmuseums, 
(Wien), 12: 1 (type genus: Megalodontes Latreille, 1802), 
spelling emended from MEGALODONTIDAE by the 
ruling under the plenary power that for the purposes of 
Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic name 
Megalodontes Latreille, 1802 is MEGALODONTES- 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1829 

MEGALODONTIDAE Konow, 1897, Annalen des 
Koniglichen-Kaiserlichen Naturhistorischen Hofmuseums, 
(Wien), 12: 1, spelling emended to MEGALO- 
DONTESIDAE following the ruling under the plenary 
power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the Code the 
stem of the generic name Megalodontes Latreille, 1802 is 
MEGALODONTES- (Hymenoptera). Op. 1829 

MEGALODONTIDAE Morris & Lycett, 1853, A monograph 
of the Mollusca from the Great Oolite, chiefly from 
Minchinhampton and the coast of Yorkshire, part 2, p. 78 
(type genus: Megalodon Sowerby, 1827) (Bivalvia). Op. 
1829 

Megalonaias Utterback, 1915, American Midland Naturalist, 
vol. 4(4), p. 123 (gender: feminine) (type species, by original 
designation: Unio hews Say, 1829, a junior subjective 
synonym of Unio giganteus Barnes, 1823) (Bivalvia). Op. 
1487 

Megalophrys Wagler, 1830, Natiirliches System der Amphibien 
..., p. 204 (an unjustified emendation of Megophrys Kuhl & 
van Hasselt, 1822) (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1763 

megapoda, Rana. Taylor. 1942, University of Kansas Science 
Bulletin, 28(2): 310 (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1776 

Megilla Fabricius, [1805], Systema Piezatorum, p. 328 (a junior 
objective synonym of Anthophora Latreille, 1803, by the 
type species designation under the plenary power of Apis 
pilipes Fabricius, 1775) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1383 

Megischyrus Crotch, 1873, Cistula Entomologica, 1: 143 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by original designation: 
Erotylus undatus Olivier, 1792) (Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

Megophrys (misspelt as ' ' Mogophrys') Kuhl & van Hasselt, 
1822, Algemeene Konst- en Letter-Bode, 7: 102 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Megophrys montana 
Kuhl & van Hasselt, 1822) (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1763 

Meladema Laporte, 1835, Etudes entomologiques, ou 
description d'insectes nouveaux; el observations sur la 
synonymie, part 1, p. 98 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Meladema coriacea Laporte, 1835) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1725 

melagaster, Labrus, Bloch, 1792, Naturgeschichte der 
ausldndischen Fische, part 6, p. 27 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1548 

Melanochroa Broun, 1 882, Annals and Magazine of Natural 
History, (5)9: 409, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Melanochroa Roeder, 1886 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of both the 
Principle of Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1472 

Melanochroa Roeder, 1886, Entomologische Nachrichten, 
12(1), no. 9, p. 139 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Melanochroa dubia Roeder, 1886) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1472 



Melanophila Eschscholtz, 1829, Zoologischer Atlas, enthaltend 
Abbildungen und Beschreibungen neuer Thierarten, wiihrend 

des Flottcapitains von Kotzebue zweiter Reise um die Welt, 
auf der Russisch-Kaiserlichen Kriegsschlupp Predpriaetie in 
den Jahren 1823-1826, part 1, p. 9 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Buprestis 
acuminata De Geer. 1774) (Coleoptera). Op. 1826 

melanotheron, Sarotherodon, Ruppell. 1852. Verzeichniss der in 
dem Museum der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden 
Gesellschaft aufgestellten Sammlungen, part 4, p. 21 
(specific name of the type species of Sarotherodon Ruppell. 
1852) (Osteichthyes. Perciformes). Op. 1548 

melanothrix, Trachyphloeus, Kirby. 1837. Fauna Boreali- 
Americana, 4: 202 (specific name of the type species of 
Geoderces Horn, 1876) (Coleoptera). Op. 1452 

melanotica, Gaussia, Wolfenden, 1905, Plankton Studies, part 
1, p. 5 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Copepoda). Op. 1590 

Meles Brisson, 1762. Regnum Animate in classes IX 
distributum, sive synopsis methodica, Ed. 2, pp. 13, 183 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Ursus meles Linnaeus. 1758), ruled under 
the plenary power to be taken as first available from 
Brisson, 1762, despite that being a work rejected for 
nomenclatural purposes (Mammalia, Carnivora). Op. 1894 

meles, Ursus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10. vol. 1, 
p. 48 (specific name of the type species of Meles Brisson. 
1762) (Mammalia, Carnivora). Op. 1894 

Melesium Rafinesque, 1815, Analyse de la nature .... p. 59 (a 
junior objective synonym of Meles Brisson. 1762) 
(Mammalia, Carnivora). Op. 1894 

Meloe- Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1. p. 419 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur 
t'ordre naturel des animaux composant les classes des 
crustaces, des arachnides, et des insectes, p. 419: Meloe 
proscarabaeus Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1918 

MELOIDAE Gyllenhal, 1810, Insecta Suecica descripta. 
Classis I. Coleoptera sive Eleutherata. Pars II, p. 481 (type 
genus: Meloe Linnaeus, 1758), ruled under the plenary 
power that this name and other family-group names based 
on Meloe are to be given precedence over HORIIDAE 
Latreille, 1802 and other family-group names based on 
Horia Fabricius, 1787 whenever their type genera are 
placed in the same family-group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 
1918 

Melolontha Fabricius. 1775, Systema Entomologiae ..., p. 31 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by absolute tautonymy: 
Scarabaeus melolontha Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1754 

Melolontha Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 195. and all uses of 
the name prior to the publication of Melolontha Fabricius, 
1775 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

melolontha, Scarabaeus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae. Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 351 (specific name of the type species of 
Melolontha Fabricius, 1775) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Melorus Mulsant & Rey, 1870, Histoire naturelle des punaises 
de France. Coreides. Alydides. Berytides, Stenocephalides, p. 
212 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under 
the plenary power: Neides hirticornis Brulle, 1835), ruled 
under the plenary power not to be given priority over 
Beryl inus Kirkaldy, 1900 or Lizinus Mulsant & Rey, 1870 
whenever it and one of the other nominal genera are 
considered to be synonyms (Heteroptera). Op. 1504 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



51 



meneghinii, Pleurotoma, Mayer, 1868, Journal de Conchyli- 

ologie, 16: 109, as defined by the lectotype (specimen no. H 
17365 in the Mayer-Eymar collection in the Natur- 
historisches Museum, Basel, figured by Mayer, 1868, pi. 3, 
fig. 3 and by Gatto, 1993, Revue de Paleobiologie, 11(2): 
483-489, pi. 1, figs, la, lb) designated by the Commission 
(specific name of the type species of Asthenotoma Harris & 
Burrows, 1891) (Gastropoda). Op. 1792 

Menoetius Dejean, 1821, Catalogue de la collection de 
Coleopteres de M. le Baron Dejean, p. 94 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1451 

mercurialis, Curculio, Fabricius, 1801, Sy sterna Eleutheratorum 
..., vol. 2, p. 530 (specific name of the type species of 
Tropiphorus Schonherr, 1842) (Coleoptera). Op. 1474 

meridiana, Leptura, Linnaeus, 1758, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 398 (specific name of the type species of 
Stenocorus Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

meridionalis, Termes, Froggatt, 1898, Proceedings of the 
Linnean Society of New South Wales, 22: 726, as defined by 
the neotype (a soldier registered as Type No. 9077 in the 
Australian National Insect Collection, CSIRO, Canberra) 
designated by Hill, 1942, Termites (Isoptera) from the 
Australian Region, p. 336, and confirmed by the 
Commission (Isoptera). Op. 1808 

Merlellum Linsley, 1957, Canadian Entomologist, 89: 287 
(gender: neuter) (type species, by indication: Merium 
proteus Kirby, 1837) (Coleoptera). Op. 1525 

Meristella Hall, 1859, Palaeontology of New York. New York 
State Cabinet of Natural History, Annual Report, 12: 78 
(gender: feminine) (type species, ruled under the plenary 
power to be by subsequent designation by Miller, 1889, 
North American geology and paleontology for the use of 
amateurs, students and scientists, p. 354: Atrypa laevis 
Vanuxem, 1842) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1899 

Merium Kirby, 1 837, Fauna Boreali Americana, The Insects, 
part 4, p. 172 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1525 

Mesodon Ferussac, 1821, Tableaux systematiques des animaux 
mollusques ... suivis d'un prodrome general ..., part 2, p. 37 
(folio), p. 33 (quarto) (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Helix thyroidus Say, 1817) (Gastropoda). Op. 
1691 

MESODONTIDAE Tryon, 1866, American Journal of 
Conchology, 2: 306 (type genus: Mesodon Ferussac, 1821), 
ruled under the plenary power that this name and other 
family-group names based on Mesodon are not to be given 
priority over POLYGYRIDAE Pilsbry, 1895 and other 
family-group names based on Polygyra Say, 1818 whenever 
their type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1691 

Metablastothrix Sugonjaev, 1964, Entomologicheskoe 
Obozrenie, 43(2): 371 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Blastothrix isomorpha 

Sugonjaev, 1964) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1857 

met a I lei la. Tinea, [Denis & Schiffermuller], 1775, Ankundung 
eines systematischen Werkes von dem Schmetterlingen der 
Wienergegend ..., p. 144 (senior subjective synonym of the 
specific name of Antispila stadtmuellerella Hiibner, [1825], 
the type species of Antispila Hiibner, [1825]) (Lepidoptera). 
Op. 1479 

Metaphycus Mercet, 1917, Bole tin de la Real Sociedad 
Espahola de Historia Natural, 17(2): 138 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Aphycus zebratus 
Mercet, 1917), ruled under the plenary power to be given 
precedence over Aenasioidea Girault, 1911 whenever the 
two names are considered to be synonyms (Hymenoptera). 
Op. 1898 



Metopia Meigen, 1803, Magazinfur Insektenkunde (Illiger), 2: 
280 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Musca 
leucocephala Rossi, 1790, a senior subjective synonym of 
Tachina argyrocephala Meigen, 1824 but a junior primary 
homonym of Musca leucocephala de Villers, 1789) 
(Diptera). Op. 1772 

METOPIAINI Townsend, 1908, Smithsonian Miscellaneous 
Collections, 51(2): 64 (type genus: Metopia Meigen, 1803), 
spelling emended from METOPIINI by the ruling under 
the plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the 
Code the stem of the generic name Metopia Meigen, 1803 
is METOPIA- (Diptera). Op. 1772 

Metopias Gory, 1832, Magasin de Zoologie, 2: pi. 42 [2 pp. 
text, 1 pi.] (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Metopias curculionoides Gory, 1832) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1772 

METOPIASINI Raffray, 1904, Annates de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, 73: 106 (type genus: Metopias 
Gory, 1832), spelling emended from METOPIINI by the 
ruling under the plenary power that for the purposes of 
Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic name 
Metopias Gory, 1832 is METOPIAS- (Coleoptera). Op. 
1772 

METOPIINAE Foerster, [1869], Verhandlungen des Natur- 
historischen Vereines der Preussischen Rheinlande und 
Westphalens, 25: 142 (type genus: Metopius Panzer, 1806) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1772 

METOPIINI Raffray, 1904, Annates de la Societe Entomo- 
logique de France, 73: 106 (an incorrect original spelling of 
METOPIASINI, spelling emended under the plenary 
power) (Coleoptera). Op. 1772 

METOPIINI Townsend, 1908, Smithsonian Miscellaneous 
Collections, 51(2): 64, spelling emended to METOPIAINI 
following the ruling under the plenary power that for the 
purposes of Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic 
name Metopia Meigen, 1803 is METOPIA- (Diptera). Op. 
1772 

Metopius Panzer, 1806, Kritische Revision der Insektenfauna 
Deutschlands, vol. 2, p. 78 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by subsequent designation by Viereck, 1912, Proceedings of 
the Entomological Society of Washington, 14: 176: Sphex 
vespoides Scopoli, 1763) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1772 

mexicanus, Diplocentrus, Peters, 1861, Monatsberichte der 
Koniglichen Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu 
Berlin, 1861: 512, as defined by the holotype (female 
specimen no. ZMB 74 in the Zoologisches Museum, 
Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin) confirmed by the 
Commission to be the name-bearing type (specific name of 
the type species of Diplocentrus Peters, 1861) (Arachnida, 
Scorpiones). Op. 1847 

Micrischyrus Alvarenga, 1965, Boletim da Universidade Federal 
do Parana, Zoologia, 2(6): 86 (a junior objective synonym 
of Ischyrus Lacordaire, 1842) (Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

Microchrysa Loew, 1855, Verhandlungen des zoologisch- 
botanischen Vereins in Wien, 5: 146 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by original designation: Musca polita Linnaeus, 
1758) (Diptera). Op. 1443 

Microfasciolites Gaemers, 1978, Leidse Geologische 
Mededelingen, 51: 106 (a junior objective synonym of 
Alveolina d'Orbigny, 1826) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1501 

Microgaster Latreille, 1804, Nouveau Dictionnaire d'Histoire 
Naturelle, vol. 24, p. 175 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by designation under the plenary power: Microgaster 
australis Thomson, 1895) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1510 



52 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Mieza Walker, 1854, List of the specimens of lepidopterous 
insects in the collection of the British Museum, part 2, p. 527 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1927 

miliums. Formica, Fabricius, 1781, Species Insectorum ..., vol. 
1, p. 493 (specific name of the type species of Myrma 
Billberg, 1820) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1919 

minima, Tyrannula, Baird & Baird, 1843, Proceedings of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1: 284 (Aves, 
Passeriformes). Op. 1885 

minor, Cricetodon, Lartet, 1851, Notice sur la colline de Sanson 
..., p. 19, as defined by the neotype designated by 
Freudenthal, 1969, Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 25: 
180, it having been ruled by the Commission that the 
lectotype designation by Fahlbusch, 1964, Abhandlungen 
der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. 
Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse, (n.f.)118: 19, 
is invalid (Mammalia, Rodentia). Op. 1419 

minuta, Aphrodita, Fabricius, 1780, Fauna Groenlandica, p. 314 
(Polychaeta). Op. 1666 

minuta, Aphrodita, Pennant, 1777, British Zoology, Ed. 4, vol. 
4, p. 38 (quarto edition), and all uses of the name prior to 
the publication of Aphrodita minuta Fabricius, 1780 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Polychaeta). Op. 1666 

minuta, Notonecta, Gmelin, 1790, Caroli a Linne Sy sterna 
Naturae, Ed. 13, vol. 1, part 4, p. 2119 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1782 

minuta, Sigara, Fabricius, 1794, Entomologia systematica, 
emendata et aucta, secundum classes, ordines, genera, 
species, p. 60 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Heteroptera). Op. 1491 

minutior, Notonecta, Sulzer, 1776, Abgekurzte Geschichte der 
Insecten, part 2, p. 91 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Heteroptera). Op. 
1782 

minutus, Calanus, Kroyer, 1845, in Gaimard, Voyages ... en 
Scandinavie ... pendant ... 1838, 1839 et 1840 su la Corvette 
La Recherche, Zoologie (Crustaces), Atlas, pi. 41, fig. 4 
(senior subjective synonym of Clausia elongata Boeck, 
1865, the type species of Pseudocalanus Boeck, 1873) 
(Copepoda). Op. 1503 

mirabilis, Neopasiphae, Perkins, 1912, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (8)9: 1 1 5 (specific name of the type species 
of Neopasiphae Perkins, 1912) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

mirabilis, Nothosaurus, Miinster, 1834, Neues Jahrbuch fur 
Mineralogie, Geognosie, Geologie und Petrefaktenkunde, 
1834: 525 (specific name of the type species of Nothosaurus 
Miinster, 1834) (Reptilia, Sauropterygia). Op. 1907 

mirandaribeiroi, Synapturanus, Nelson & Lescure, 1975, 
Herpetologica, 31: 394 (specific name of the type species of 
Synapturanus Carvalho, 1954) (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 
1513 

Mirochernes Beier, 1930, Annalen des Naturhistorischen 
Museums in Wien, 44: 216 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, confirmed by the Commission to be by original 
designation: Chelanops dentatus Banks, 1895) (Arachnida, 
Pseudoscorpionida). Op. 1653 

mirza, Lycaena, Plotz, 1880, Stettiner Entomologische Zeitung, 
41: 203 (Lepidoptera). Op. 1478 



mirza. Lycaena, Staudinger, 1874, Stettiner Entomologische 
Zeitung, 35: 90 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1478 

mirzaellus, Azanus. Kocak. 1980, Nota Lepidopterologica. 2: 
141 (a junior objective synonym of Lycaena mirza Plotz, 
1880) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1478 

mistroides, Mesogonimus, Monticelli. 1896. Internationale 
Monatsschrift fur Anatomic und Physiologic (Leipzig). 13: 
144 (senior subjective synonym of the specific name of 
Hapalotrema loossi Price, 1934, the type species of 
Hapalotrema Looss, 1899) (Digenea). Op. 1875 

misumenus, Somatodes, Gyllenhal in Schonherr, 1840, Genera 
et species curculionidum, vol. 5, part 2, p. 801 (specific name 
of the type species of Somatodes Schonherr. 1840) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1770 

Mithion Simon, 1884, Bulletin de la Societe Zoologique de 
France, 9: 4 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Mithion semiargenteus Simon, 1884), ruled 
under the plenary power not to be given priority over 
Thyene Simon, 1885 whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1625 

Mitobates Sundevall, 1833. Conspectus arachnidum, p. 34 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by original designation 
and by monotypy: Mitobates triangulus Sundevall. 1833) 
(Arachnida, Opiliones). Op. 1703 

mixtus, Labrus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 

1, p. 287, as defined by the neotype (catalogue no. UUZM 
193 in the Uppsala University Zoological Museum. 
Sweden) designated by Kullander, 1997, Bulletin of 
Zoological Nomenclature, 54: 113 (specific name of the type 
species of Labrus Linnaeus, 1758) (Osteichthyes. 
Perciformes). Op. 1954 

Mnestra Krohn, 1853, Archiv fur Naturgeschichte, 19(1): 281 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Hydrozoa). Op. 1752 

m-nigrum, Coluber, Raddi, 1820, Atti delta Sociela Italiana di 
Scienze Natural! di Modena, 18: 338 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia. 
Serpentes). Op. 1832 

modestus. Conus, Sowerby, [1833], The conchological 
illustrations, part 28, Conus, fig. 19 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1699 

mollis, Carabus, Marsham, 1802, Coleoptera Britannica .... vol. 

2, p. 456, as defined by the lectotype designated by Aukema 
& Luff, 1992. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 49: 28 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1723 

mollis, Carabus, Strom, 1768, Kongelige Norske Videnskabers 
Selskabs Skrifter, 4: 330, and all uses of the name prior to 
the publication of Carabus mollis Marsham, 1802 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1723 

monardae, Rhopalosiphum, Davis, 1911. University of 
Nebraska Studies, 11(3): 288 (Homoptera). Op. 1818 

monoceros, Attelabus, Linnaeus, 1761, Fauna Suecica, Ed. 2, p. 
185 (specific name of the type species of Notoxus Geoff roy. 
1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

monodi, Sphaeroma, Arcangeli. 1934. Bollettino dei Musei di 
Zoologia e di Anatomia Comparata della R. Universitd di 
Torino, 44(3)(48): 149 (senior subjective synonym of 
Europosphaera ( Lekanesphaera ) excavation Verhoeff. 1943. 
the type species of Lekanesphaera Verhoeff, 1943) 
(Isopoda). Op. 1574 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



53 



Mononychus Germar, 1824, Insectorum species novae out minus 
cognitae, p. 241 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Schonherr, 1826, Curculionidum 
dispositio methodica, p. 22: Curculio pseudacori Fabricius, 
1792, a junior subjective synonym of Curculio 
punctumalbum Herbst, 1784) (Coleoptera). Op. 1529 

Monso'ma MacGillivray, 1908, Canadian Entomologist, 40(10): 
368 (gender: neuter) (type species, by monotypy and 
original designation: Poecilostoma inferentia Norton, 1868) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

Monstrilla Dana, 1849, Conspectus Crustaceorum quae in 
Orbis Terrarum circumnavigatione ..., pars I and II, p. 53 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Monstrilla 
virldis Dana, 1849) (Copepoda). Op. 1869 

MONSTRILLIDAE Dana, 1849, Conspectus Crustaceorum 
quae in Orbis Terrarum circumnavigatione ..., pars I and II, 
p. 53 (type genus: Monstrilla Dana, 1 849) (Copepoda). Op. 
1869 

montagui, Isaea, H. Milne Edwards, 1830, Annales des 
Sciences naturelles, Paris, 20: 380 (specific name of the type 
species of Isaea H. Milne Edwards, 1830) (Amphipoda). 
Op. 1522 

montana, Megophrys, Kuhl & van Hasselt, 1822, Algemeene 
Konst- en Letter-Bode, 7: 102 (specific name of the type 
species of Megophrys Kuhl & van Hasselt, 1822) 
(Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1763 

montana, Motacilla, Wilkes, 1817, Encyclopaedia Londinensis, 
vol. 16, p. 89 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves). Op. 1859 

montana, Tenthredo, Scopoli, 1763, Entomologia Carniolica ..., 
p. 276 (specific name of the type species of Macrophya 
Dahlbom, 1835) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1958 

montefiorei, Belemnoteuthis, Buckman, 1880, Proceedings of 
the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club, 3: 
141 (Cephalopoda, Coleoi'dea). Op. 1914 

monticola, Megophrys, Kuhl & van Hasselt, 1822, Algemeene 
Konst- en Letter-Bode, 7: 104, ruled under the plenary 
power to be an incorrect original spelling of Megophrys 
montana (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1763 

monticola, Oenanthe, Vieillot, 1818, Nouveau dictionnaire 
d'histoire naturelle, Ed. 2, vol. 21, p. 434 (Aves). Op. 1859 

monticola, Xenophrys, Gunther, 1 864, The reptiles of British 
India, p. 414 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1763 

montivagus, Berytus, Meyer-Diir, 1841, Stettiner Entomolo- 
gische Zeitung, 2(6): 89 (specific name of the type species of 
Lizinus Mulsant & Rey, 1870) (Heteroptera). Op. 1504 

Mopsea Lamouroux, 1816, Histoire des Polypiers coralligenes 
flexibles, vulgairement nommes Zoophytes, p. 465 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Isis encrinula Lamarck, 1815) (Anthozoa). Op. 1738 

Mosillus Latreille, 1804, in: Nouveau dictionnaire d'histoire 
naturelle, vol. 24, p. 196 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by subsequent monotypy by Latreille, 1805, Histoire 
naturelle, generate et particuliere des crustaces et des 
insectes, vol. 14, p. 390: Mosillus arcuatus Latreille, 1805, a 
junior subjective synonym of Syrphus subsultans Fabricius, 
1794, type species of Gymnomyza Fallen, 1810) (Diptera). 
Op. 1748 

mucronatus, Nematus (Cryptocampus), Hartig, 1837, Die 
Aderfliigler Deutschlands mit besonderer Berucksichtigung 
ihres Larvenzustandes und Hires Wirkens in Wdldern und 
Garten fur Entomologen, Wald- und Gartenbesitzer ..., vol. 
1, p. 223 (specific name of the type species of Gemmura 
Smith, 1968) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 



Muensterella Schevill, 1950, Journal of Paleontology, 24: 117 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation 
by Bulow-Trummer, 1920, Fossilium Catalogus, 1 
(Animalia), part 11, p. 266, for the replaced nominal genus 
Kelaeno Munster, 1842: Kelaeno arquata Miinster, 1842) 
(Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1860 

MUENSTERELLIDAE Roger, 1952 (1921), in Piveteau, J. 
(Ed.), Traite de Paleontologie, vol. 2, p. 742 (type genus: 
Muensterella Schevill, 1950) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). 
Op. 1860 

multifasciata, Tenthredo, Geoffroy in Fourcroy, 1785, 
Entomologia Parisiensis ..., vol. 2, p. 368 (specific name of 
the type species of Strongylogaster Dahlbom, 1835) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1953 

multistriatus, Spirifer, Hall, 1857, New York State Cabinet of 
Natural History, Annual Report, 10: 59 (specific name of the 
type species of Trematospira Hall, 1859) (Brachiopoda). 
Op. 1900 

Muraena Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 
244 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Bory de Saint-Vincent, 1827, in Audouin et 
al. (Eds.), Dictionnaire classique d' Histoire naturelle, vol. 11, 
p. 305: Muraena helena Linnaeus, 1758) (Osteichthyes, 
Anguilliformes). Op. 1672 

murina, Cubaris, Brandt, 1833, Bulletin de la Societe Imperiale 
des Naturalistes de Moscou, 6: 190 (specific name of the 
type species of Cubaris Brandt, 1833) (Crustacea, Isopoda). 
Op. 1848 

murinus, Byrrhus, Fabricius, 1794, Entomologia systematica, 
vol. 4, p. 437 (specific name of the type species of 
Porcinolus Mulsant & Rey, 1869) (Coleoptera). Op. 1396 

muscorum, Apis, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 579, as defined by the neotype (the queen specimen 
with a red label reading 'NEOTYPE Apis muscorum L., 
1758', a white label reading 'Sk. Arkelstorp 5.7.1947 BO. 
Landin', a white label reading 'Bombus muscorum L., A. 
Loken det.\ and a blue label reading 'Naturhistoriska 
Riksmuseet Stockholm Loan 268/94') designated under the 
plenary power (Hymenoptera). Op. 1828 

museorum, Chelifer, Leach, 1817, The zoological miscellany; 
being descriptions of new or interesting animals, vol. 3, p. 50 
(specific name of the type species of Cheiridium Menge, 
1855) (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpionida). Op. 1697 

musica, Tyranmda, Swainson, 1827, Philosophical Magazine, 
(n.s.)l(5): 368 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves, Passeriformes). Op. 
1885 

MYCETOGLOSSINI Bonaparte, 1850, Conspectus syste- 
matum, Classis IV (Amphibia), no. 27 (invalid because the 
name of the type genus has been suppressed under the 
plenary power) (Amphibia, Caudata). Op. 1873 

Mycetoglossus Bonaparte, [1839], Iconografia della fauna 
Italica per le quattro classi degli animali vertebrati, vol. 2 
(Amfibi), Generi Salamandrini, no. 13 (a junior objective 
synonym of Pseudotriton Tschudi, 1838) (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Amphibia, Caudata). Op. 1873 

Mycetoporus Mannerheim, 1831, Memoires presentes a 
VAcademie Imperiale des Sciences de St.-Petersbourg par 
Divers Savants, et lus dans ses Assemblies, 1(5): 476 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, ruled under the plenary power 
to be by subsequent designation by Thomson, 1859, 
Skandinaviens Coleoptera, synoptiskt bearbetade, vol. 1, p. 
47: Tachinus punctus Gravenhorst, 1806), ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over Ischnosoma 
Stephens, 1829 whenever the two names are considered to 
be synonyms (Coleoptera). Op. 1726 



54 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Mycotretus Dejean, 1836, Catalogue des coleopteres de la 
collection de M. le Comte Dejean, Ed. 2, Livr. 5, p. 428, and 
all uses of the name prior to the publication of Mycotretus 
Lacordaire, 1842 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

Mycotretus Lacordaire, 1842, Monographic des Eroty liens, 
famille de lordre des coleopteres, p. 132 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by subsequent designation by Boyle, 1956, 
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 
110(2): 137: Erotylus lesueuri Chevrolat, 1835) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

Mylabris Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae, p. 261 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation 
by Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur I'ordre 
naturel des animaux composant les classes des crustaces, des 
arachnides et des insectes, p. 430: Meloe cichorii Linnaeus, 
1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1809 

Mylabris Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 266, and all uses of 
the name prior to the publication of Mylabris Fabricius, 
1775 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1809 

Myletes Cuvier, 1814, Bulletin des Sciences, par la Societe 
Philomatique de Paris, 1814: 75 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Osteichthyes, Characiformes). Op. 1813 

Myopa Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae ..., p. 798 
(gender: feminine) (type species, ruled under the plenary 
power to be by subsequent designation by Curtis, 1838, 
British entomology; being illustrations and descriptions of the 
genera of insects found in Great Britain and Ireland, pi. 677, 
text: Conops buccatus Linnaeus, 1758) (Diptera). Op. 1870 

Myopella Robineau-Desvoidy, 1853, Bulletin de la Societe des 
Sciences Historiques et Naturelles de V Yonne, 7: 98 (a junior 
objective synonym of Myopa Fabricius, 1775) (Diptera). 
Op. 1870 

Myoxus Zimmermann, 1780, Geographische Geschichte des 
Menschen, und der allgemein verbreiteten vierfiissigen 
Thiere, vol. 2, p. 35 1 (a junior objective synonym of Glis 
Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia, Rodentia). Op. 1894 

Myriochele Malmgren, 1867, Spetsbergens, Grdnlands, Islands 
och den Skandinaviska halfons hittills kdnda Annulata 
Polychaeta, p. 101 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Myriochele heeri Malmgren, 1867) (Polychaeta). 
Op. 1636 

Myrma Billberg, 1820, Enumeratio Insectorum in Museo Gust. 
Joh. Billberg, p. 104 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Wheeler, 1911, Science, (n.s.)33: 
859: Formica militaris Fabricius, 1781), ruled under the 
plenary power not to be given priority over the name 
Polyrhachis Smith, 1857 whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Hymenoptera). Op. 1919 

Myteroxis Gozis, 1886, Recherche de Vespece typique de 
quelques anciens genres. Rectifications synonymiques et notes 
diverses, p. 14 (a junior objective synonym of Ischnosoma 
Stephens, 1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1726 

mytilaspidis, Aphelinus, Le Baron, 1870, American 
Entomologist and Botanist, 2: 360 (Hymenoptera). Op. 1405 

mytili, Alcyonidium, Dalyell, 1848, Rare and remarkable 
animals of Scotland, represented from living subjects with 
practical observations on their nature, vol. 2, p. 36, as 
defined by the neotype (specimen no. BM(NH) 1994.4.5.1, 
collected from Longniddry, East Lothian, Scotland, and 
deposited in the Natural History Museum, London) 
designated under the plenary power (Bryozoa). Op. 1892 



nabirop. Sturnus. Temminck, 1 807, Catalogue systematique du 
cabinet d'ornithologie et de la collection de quadrumanes de 
Crd. Jb. Temminck, p. 85 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves). Op. 1859 

Nacaduba Moore, [1881], The Lepidoptera of Ceylon, vol. 1, 
part 3, p. 88 (gender: feminine) (type species, by original 
designation: Lampides prominens Moore, 1877), ruled 
under the plenary power to be given precedence over 
Pepliphorus Hiibner, [1819] whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Lepidoptera). OP- '773 

Najas Hiibner, [1807], Sammlung exotischer Schmettlinge, vol. 
1, pi. [60] (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1380 

Nanodes Schonherr, 1825, Isis (von Oken), 1825: col. 587 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1526 

Nanodes Stephens, 1826, in Shaw, General Zoology or 
systematic Natural History commenced by the late George 
Shaw, M.D., F.R.S. &c, vol. 14, p. 118 (a junior homonym 
of Nanodes Schonherr, 1825) (Aves). Op. 1526 

Nanophyes Schonherr, 1838, Genera et species Curculionidum 
..., vol. 4(2), p. 780 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
original designation for Nanodes by Schonherr. 1825. Isis 
(von Oken), 1838: col. 587: Curculio lythri Fabricius, 1787. 
a junior subjective synonym of Curculio marmoratus 
Goeze, 1777) (Coleoptera). Op. 1526 

nanum, Cacosternum, Boulenger, 1887, Annals and Magazine 
of Natural History, (5)20: 52 (specific name of the type 
species of Cacosternum Boulenger, 1887) (Amphibia. 
Anura). Op. 1921 

Napomyza Curtis, 1837, A guide to an arrangement of British 
Insects; being a catalogue of all the named species hitherto 
discovered in Great Britain and Ireland, p. 282, and all uses 
of the name prior to the publication of Napomyza 
Westwood, 1840 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1477 

Napomyza Westwood, 1840, An introduction to the modern 
classification of insects. Synopsis of the genera of British 
insects, p. 152 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Phytomyza festiva Meigen, 1830 = Phytomyza elegans 
Meigen, 1830 by the first reviser action of Hendel, 1920. 
Archiv fiir Naturgeschichte, 84: 148) (Diptera). Op. 1477 

nasica, Cuma, Krayer, 1841, Naturhistorisk Tidsskrift, (1)3: 
524 (specific name of the type species of Leucon Kroyer, 
1846) (Cumacea). Op. 1594 

natalensis, Stenorhynchus, Smith, 1849, Illustrations of the 

zoology of South Africa ... Reptilia, Appendix, pp. 23-24 
(senior subjective synonym of Phrynobatrachus natalensis 
Giinther, 1862, the type species of Phrynobatrachus 
Gunther, 1862) (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1921 

natalis, Pimelodus, Lesueur, 1819, Memoires du Museum 
d' Histoire naturelle, Paris, 5: 154 (senior subjective 
synonym of Silurus lividus Rafinesque, 1820, the type 
species of Ameiurus Rafinesque, 1820) (Osteichthyes, 
Siluriformes). Op. 1584 

natator, Dytiscus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10. 
vol. 1, p. 412 (specific name of the type species of Gyrinus 
Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Naucrates Rafinesque, 1810, Carat teri di alcuni nuovi generi e 
nuove specie di animali e piante della Sicilia .... p. 43 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Jordan & Gilbert, 1883, Bulletin of the United States 
National Museum, 16: 443: Gasterosteus ductor Linnaeus, 
1758) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1799 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



55 



naucum, Bulla, Linnaeus, 1758, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1 , p. 726 (senior objective synonym of the specific name of 
Atys cymbulus de Montfort, 1810, the type species of Atys 
de Montfort, 1810) (Gastropoda). Op. 1553 

navalis, Dermestes, Fabricius, 1775, Sy sterna Entomologiae, p. 
56 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the 'Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1495 

Neadmete Habe, 1961, Coloured Illustrations of the Shells of 
Japan, vol. 2, appendix, p. 28 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Neadmete 
okutanii Petit, 1974) (Gastropoda). Op. 1370 

Neamia Smith & Radcliffe in Radcliffe, 1912, Proceedings of 
the U.S. National Museum, 41: 441 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by original designation: Neamia octospina Smith & 
Radcliffe in Radcliffe, 1912) (Osteichthyes. Perciformes). 
Op. 1564 

Neastacilla Tattersall, 1921, British Antarctic Terra Nova 
Expedition 1910, 3(38): 243 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
confirmed by the Commission to be by original 
designation: Astacilla falclandica Ohlin, 1901) (Isopoda). 
Op. 1457 

Nectria Gray, 1840, Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 
(1)6(37): 287 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Nectria ocellata 
Perrier, 1875) (Asteroidea). Op. 1858 

neglectus, Neriene, Pickard-Cambridge, 1871, Transactions of 
the Linnean Society of London, 27: 443 (senior objective 
synonym of Robertus astutus Pickard-Cambridge, 1879, the 
type species of Robertus Pickard-Cambridge, 1879) 
(Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1426 

Neides Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle, generale et 
particuliere des crustaces et des insectes, vol. 3, p. 246 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur 
I'ordre naturel des animaux composant les classes des 
crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes; avec un tableau 
methodique de leurs genres, disposes en families, p. 433: 
Clmex tipularius Linnaeus, 1758), the valid name at the 
time of the ruling of Berytus Fabricius, 1803, the type genus 
of BERYTIDAE Fieber, [1851] (Heteroptera). Op. 1504 

Nemocestes Van Dyke, 1936, Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 12(1): 
22 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under 
the plenary power: Geoderces incomptus Horn, 1876) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1452 

Nemognatha Illiger, 1807, Magazinfur Insektenkunde, vol. 6, p. 
333 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Zonitis 
vittata Fabricius, 1801) (Coleoptera). Op. 1918 

NEMOGNATHINAE Castelnau, 1840, Histoire naturelle des 
animaux articules, part 2, p. 280 (type genus: Nemognatha 
Illiger, 1807), ruled under the plenary power that this name 
and other family-group names based on Nemognatha are to 
be given precedence over HORIIDAE Latreille, 1802 and 
other family-group names based on Horia Fabricius, 1787 
whenever their type genera are placed in the same family- 
group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1918 

Neodorippe Serene & Romimohtarto, 1969, Marine Research 
in Indonesia, no. 9, p. 3 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Dorippe callida 
Fabricius, 1798) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1437 

Neoecothea Peterson & Gill, 1982, Memoirs of the Entomo- 
logical Society of Washington, 10: 219 (a junior objective 
synonym of Oecothea Haliday in Curtis, 1837) (Diptera). 
Op. 1797 

neomexicanus, Cnemidophorus, Lowe & Zweifel, 1952, Bulletin 
of the Chicago Academy of Sciences, 9(13): 230 (Reptilia, 
Squamata). Op. 1929 



Neopasiphae Perkins, 1912, Annals and Magazine of Natural 
History, (8)9: 114 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Neopasiphae mirabilis Perkins, 1912) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

NEOPASIPHAEIDAE Cockerell, 1930, Australian Zoologist, 
6(2): 148 (type genus: Neopasiphae Perkins, 1912), ruled 
under the plenary power that this name and other family- 
group names based on Neopasiphae are not to be given 
priority over PARACOLLETIDAE Cockerell, 1934 and 
other family-group names based on Paracolletes Smith. 
1853 whenever their type genera are placed in the same 
family-group taxon (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

nepoides, Chelifer, Hermann, 1804, Memoire Apterologique, p. 
116 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpionida). 
Op. 1697 

neriifolia, Locusta, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei 
zoologici ditissimi Hamburgi, d. III. Februar 1796 auctionis 
lege distrahendi. Sectio Tertia. Continens Insecta, p. 82, 
ruled under the plenary power to be available despite 
having been published in a suppressed work (Orthoptera). 
Op. 1820 

nesarnack, Delphinus, Lacepede, 1804, Histoire Naturelle des 
Cetacees, vol. 40, p. 307, pi. 15, fig. 2 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Mammalia, Cetacea). Op. 1413 

Nesopupa Pilsbry, 1900, Proceedings of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 52: 431 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by original designation of the replaced 
nominal genus Ptychochilus Boettger, 1881: Pupa tantilla 
Gould, 1847) (Gastropoda). Op. 1823 

neubergicus, Ammonites, Hauer, 1858, Beitraege zur 
palaeontographie von Osterreich, vol. 1, p. 12, ruled under 
the plenary power to be given precedence over the specific 
name of Ammonites chrishna Forbes, 1846 whenever the 
two names are considered to be synonyms (specific name of 
the type species of Pachydiscus Zittel, 1884) (Cephalopoda, 
Ammonoidea). Op. 1519 

niger, Vespertilio vampirus, Kerr, 1792, The animal kingdom or 
zoological system of the celebrated Sir Charles Linnaeus. 
Class 1, Mammalia, p. 90 (specific name of the type species 
of Pteropus Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia, Chiroptera). Op. 
1894 

nigrescens, Alvania, Bartsch & Rehder, 1939, Smithsonian 
Miscellaneous Collections, 98(10): 8 (specific name of the 
type species of Lirobarleeia Ponder, 1983) (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1888 

nigricana, Pyralis, Fabricius, 1794, Entomologia Systematica, 
vol. 3, part 2, p. 276 (Lepidoptera). Op. 1 528 

nigrolineata, Corisa, Fieber, 1848, Nouveaux Memoires de la 
Societe Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou, 21: 527 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1782 

nigromaculatus, Pediopsis, Motschulsky, 1859, Etudes 
Entomologiques, redigees par Victor de Motschulsky, vol. 8, 
p. Ill (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Homoptera). Op. 1936 

nigropictus, Thamnotettix, Stal, 1870, Ofversigt af Kongliga 
Svenska Vetenskaps-Akademiens Forhandlingar , 27: 740 
(Homoptera). Op. 1936 

nipponica, Hanzawaia, Asano, 1944, Journal of the Geological 
Society of Japan, 51(606): 98 (specific name of the type 
species of Hanzawaia Asano, 1944) (Foraminiferida). Op. 
1568 



56 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



nitens, Helix, Gmelin, [1791], Caroli a Linne Systema Naturae, 
Ed. 13, vol. 1, part 6, p. 3633 (a junior objective synonym 
of the specific name of Helix nitida M uller. 1774) 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1822 

nitens, Helix, Michaud, 1831, Complement de I'histoire 
naturelle des mollusques terrestres et fluviatiles de la France, 
de J.P.R. Drapamaud, p. 44, as defined by the lectotype 
designated by Forcart, 1959, Archiv fur Molluskenkunde, 
88(1-3): 24 (Gastropoda). Op. 1822 

nitida, Cicindela, Lichtenstein, 1 796, Catalogus musei zoologici 
ditissimi Hamburgi. d. III. Februar 1796 auctionis lege 
distrahendi. Sectio Tenia. Continens Insecta, p. 32, ruled 
under the plenary power to be available despite having been 
published in a suppressed work (Coleoptera). Op. 1820 

nodosa, Ammonites, Bruguiere, 1789, Encyclopedic methodique. 
1. Histoire naturelle des vers, p. 43, and all uses of the name 
prior to the publication of Ammonites nodosus Schlotheim, 
1813 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea). Op. 1806 

nodosa, Ceriopora, Fischer von Waldheim, 1837, 
Oryctographie du Gouvernement de Moscou, Ed. 2, p. 166 
(specific name of the type species of Ascopora Trautschold, 
1876) (Bryozoa, Cryptostomata). Op. 1786 

nodosa, Robulina, Reuss, 1863, Sitzungsberichte der Kaiser- 
lichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch- 
Naturwissenschaftliche Classe, 46(1): 78, as defined by the 
neotype (specimen no. C 30169 in the Naturhistorisches 
Museum, Basle) designated by Bartenstein, 1974, Eclogae 
Geologicae Helvetiae, 67: 540, and confirmed by the 
Commission as the name-bearing type (Foraminiferida). 
Op. 1803 

nodosus, Ammonites, Schlotheim, 1813, Beitrdge zur 
Naturgeschichte der Versteinerungen in geognostischer Sicht. 
Taschenbuch fur die gesammte Mineralogie, 7: 100, ruled 
under the plenary power to be defined by the lectotype 
(specimen no. C785 in the Museum ftir Naturkunde an der 
Humboldt Universitat, Berlin) designated by Urlichs & 
Mundlos, 1987, Stuttgarter Beitrdge zur Naturkunde, 
(B)128: 7 (specific name of the type species of Ceratites de 
Haan, 1825) (Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea). Op. 1806 

Nomada Scopoli, 1770, Annus IV historico-naturalis, p. 44 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation 
by Curtis, 1832, British entomology; being illustrations and 
descriptions of the genera of insects found in Great Britain 
and Ireland ..., vol. 9, pi. 419, text: Apis ruficornis Linnaeus, 
1758) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

Nomadacris Uvarov, 1923, Annals and Magazine of Natural 
History, (9)11: 143 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
original designation: Acridium septemfasciatum Audinet- 
Serville, [1838]), ruled under the plenary power that the first 
reviser action of Jago, 1981, whereby the name Patanga 
Uvarov, 1923 was given precedence over the name 
Nomadacris, is set aside and that Nomadacris has 
precedence over Patanga whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Orthoptera). Op. 1454 

NOMADIDAE Fallen, 1813, Specimen novam Hymenoptera 
disponendi methodum exhibens, p. 31 (type genus: Nomada 
Scopoli, 1770), ruled under the plenary power that this 
name and other family-group names based on Nomada are 
not to be given priority over ANTHOPHORIDAE 
Dahlbom, 1835 and other family-group names based on 
Anthophora Latreille, 1803 whenever their type genera are 
placed in the same family-group taxon (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1713 

Nonion de Montfort, 1808, Conchyliologie systematique et 
classification methodique des coquilles. Coquilles univalves, 
cloisonnees, vol. 1, p. 210 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by designation under the plenary power: Nautilus faba 
Fichtel & Moll, 1798) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1567 



Nonionina d"Orbigny. 1826. Annales des Sciences Naturelles, 
(1)7: 293 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1568 

norma. Autographa. Htibner. [1821], Verzeichniss bekanntcr 
Schmettlinge, p. 251 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonvmv) (Lepidoptera). Op. 
1682 

normalis, Lybas, Lacordaire. 1842, Monographic des 
Erotyliens, famille de I'ordre des coleopteres, p. 235 (specific 
name of the type species of Lybas Lacordaire, 1842) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

Nothosaurus Mtinster, 1834, Neues Jahrbuch fur Mineralogie, 
Geognosie, Geologie und Petrefactenkunde, 1834: 525 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Nothosaurus mirabilis Mtinster, 1834). ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over Conchiosaurus 
Meyer, [1833] whenever the two names are considered to be 
synonyms (Reptilia, Sauropterygia). Op. 1907 

Notoxus Geoffroy, 1 762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 356 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 430: 
Attelabus monoceros Linnaeus, 1761) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1754 

novacula, Coryphaena, Linnaeus, 1758. Systema Naturae. Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 262 (specific name of the type species of 
Xyrichtys Cuvier, 1814) (Osteichthyes. Perciformes). Op. 
1799 

novemcinctus, Dasypus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 51 (specific name of the type species of 
Dasypus Linnaeus, 1758) (Mammalia. Xenarthra). Op. 
1926 

nucleus, Ammonites, Phillips, 1829, Illustrations of the Geology 
of Yorkshire, p. 174, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Ammonites nucleus Roemer, 1841 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea). Op. 1610 

nucleus, Ammonites, Roemer. 1841, Die Versteinerungen des 
Norddeutschen Kreidegebirges, part 2. p. 87 (specific name 
of the type species of Valanginites Sayn in Kilian. 1910) 
(Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea). Op. 1610 

nudicapitata, Chromadora, Bastian, 1865, Transactions of the 
Linnean Society of London, 25: 167 (specific name of the 
type species of Chromadora Bastian, 1865) (Nematoda). 
Op. 1815 

Nygolaimus Cobb, 1913, Journal of the Washington Academy 
of Sciences, 3: 441 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Dorylaimus 
brachyuris de Man, 1880) (Nematoda). Op. 1876 

Nymphula Schrank, 1802, Fauna Boica, vol. 2. part 2, p. 162 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Phalaena stagnata Donovan. 1806) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1406 

oberhaeuser, Macrobiotus, Doyere, 1840, Annales des Sciences 
Naturelles, (Zoologie), (2)14: 286, ruled under the plenary 
power to be the incorrect original spelling of oberhaeuseri 
(Tardigrada). Op. 1551 

oberhaeuseri, Macrobiotus, Doyere, 1840, Annales des Sciences 

Naturelles, (Zoologie), (2)14: 286, ruled under the plenary 
power to be the correct original spelling of oberhaeuser 
(Tardigrada). Op. 1551 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



57 



Obisium Illiger, 1798, in Kugelann, Verzeichniss der Kdfer 
Preussens, Entworfen von Johann Gottlieb Kugelann. 
Ausgearbeitet von Johann Karl Wilhelm Illiger, p. 501 (a 
junior objective synonym of Chelifer Geoffroy, 1762) 
(Arachnida, Pseudoscorpionida). Op. 1542 

obliqua, Area, Philippi, 1844, Enumeratio molluscorum Siciliae 
cum viventium turn in tellure tertiaria fossilium ..., vol. 2, p. 
43 (a junior homonym of Area obliqua Portlock, 1843 and 
of A. obliqua Reeve, 1844) (Bivalvia). Op. 1887 

obliqua, Notonecta, Thunberg, 1787, Donation Thunbergianae 
1785, continuat. III. Museum Naturalium Academiae 
Upsaliensis, p. 61, footnote (Heteroptera). Op. 1794 

obliquata, Area, Locard, 1899, Les coquilles marines au large 
des cotes de France, p. 1 58 (a junior objective synonym of 
Area obliqua Philippi, 1844 and of A. philippiana Nyst, 
1848 and a junior homonym of Area obliquata Wood, 1828 
and of A. obliquata Zieten, 1833) (Bivalvia). Op. 1887 

obliquatula, Area, Dautzenberg, 1927, Resultats des 
Campagnes Scientifiques Accomplies sur son Yacht par 
Albert ler, Prince Souverain de Monaco, 72: 281 (a junior 
objective synonym of Area philippiana Nyst, 1848) 
(Bivalvia). Op. 1887 

oblonga, Chama, Linnaeus, 1758, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 692 (senior subjective synonym of Trapezium 
perfectum Megerle von Miihlfeld, 1811, the type species of 
Trapezium Megerle von Miihlfeld, 1811) (Bivalvia). Op. 
1615 

obscura, Goniodoris, Stimpson, 1855, Proceedings of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 7(10): 388 
(specific name of the type species of Hypselodoris 
Stimpson, 1855) (Gastropoda). Op. 1375 

obscurellus, Helophorus (Trichelophorus), Poppius, 1907, 
Ofversigt af Finska Vetenskaps-Societetens Forhandlingar , 
49: 3, ruled under the plenary power to be given precedence 
over the specific name of Helophorus fausti Kuwert, 1887 
whenever the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1630 

obtusirostris, Laemanctus, Wiegmann, 1834, Herpetologia 
Mexicana, seu descriptio amphibiorum Novae Hispaniae ... 
Pars prima, saurorum species amplectens ..., p. 46 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1777 

ocellarius, Hydrosaurus, Blyth, 1868, in Theobald, W., Journal 
of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, 37(2)(extra number): 21 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1948 

ocellata, Nectria, Perrier, 1875, Revision de la collection de 
stellerides du Museum d'Histoire naturelle de Paris, p. 188, 
as defined by the lectotype (specimen no. 1958.7.30.20 in 
the Natural History Museum, London) designated by 
Zeidler & Rowe, 1986, Records of the South Australian 
Museum, 19(9): 120 (specific name of the type species of 
Nectria Gray, 1840) (Asteroidea). Op. 1858 

ocellatus, Rivulus, Hensel, 1868, Archiv fur Naturgeschichte 
34(1): 365, ruled under the plenary power not to be given 
priority over the specific name of Rivulus marmoratus 
Poey, 1880 whenever the two names are considered to 
be synonyms (Osteichthyes, Cyprinodontiformes). Op. 
1798 

Ochthebius Leach, 1815, Entomology. In Brewster, The 
Edinburgh Encyclopaedia, vol. 9, pp. 95-96 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, ruled under the plenary power to 
be by subsequent designation by d'Orchymont, 1942, 
Bulletin du Musee royal d'Histoire naturelle de Belgique, 
18(39): 2: Elophorus marinus Paykull, 1798) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1631 



Octodrilus Omodeo, 1956, Archivio Zoologico Italiano, 41: 206 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by original designation: 
Lumbricus complanatus Duges, 1828) (Oligochaeta). Op. 
1403 

octoguttata, Buprestis, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 408 (specific name of the type species of 
Buprestis Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1784 

Octolasia Rosa. 1893, Bollettino dei Musei di Zoologia ed 
Anatomia Comparata della R. Universitd di Torino, 11(246): 
3 (an unjustified emendation of Octolasion Orley, 1885) 
(Oligochaeta). Op. 1403 

Octolasion Orley, 1885, Ertekezesek a Termeszettudomdnyok 
Korebol, 15: 13 (gender: neuter) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Lumbricus lacteus 
Orley, 1881) (Oligochaeta). Op. 1403 

Octolasium Michaelsen, 1900, Tierreich, vol. 10, p. 504 (an 
unjustified emendation of Octolasion Orley, 1885) 
(Oligochaeta). Op. 1403 

octopodia. Sepia, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 658 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). 
Op. 1861 

octopus, Sepia, Gmelin, [1791], Caroli a Linne Systema 
Naturae, Ed. 13, vol. 1, part 6 (Vermes), p. 3149 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1861 

octospina, Neamia, Smith & Radcliffe in Radcliffe, 1912. 
Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum, 41: 441 (specific 
name of the type species of Neamia Smith & Radcliffe in 
Radcliffe, 1912) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1564 

octotuberculatus, Curculio, Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa 
insectorum ..., vol. 1, p. 112 (specific name of the type 
species of Brachyomus Lacordaire. 1863) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1493 

oculata, Coccinella. Thunberg, 1781, Dissertatio entomologica. 
Novas Insectorum Species sistens, part 1, p. 14, as defined 
by the lectotype designated by Pope, 1987, Entomologica 
Scandinavica, 18(1): 61 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1693 

oculata, Myriochele, Zaks, 1923, Trudy Petrogradskoga 
Obshchestva Estestvoispytatelei, 53(1): 163 (Polychaeta). 
Op. 1636 

oculator, Ichneumon, Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae, 
p. 338 (specific name of the type species of Chelonus 
Panzer, 1806) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1546 

oculatus, Anthicus, Paykull, 1798, Fauna Svecica, vol. 1, p. 256 
(specific name of the type species of Euglenes Westwood. 
1830) (Coleoptera). Op. 1549 

Odontomus Kirby, 1837, in Richardson, Fauna Boreali- 
Americana, or the zoology of the northern parts of British 
America, part 4, p. 156 (a junior objective synonym of 
Chrysobothris Eschscholtz, 1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1784 

odorata, Testudo, Latreille, 1801, Histoire naturelle des 
Reptiles, vol. 1, p. 122 (specific name of the type species of 
Sternotherus Gray, 1825) (Reptilia, Testudines). Op. 1534 

Oecothea Haliday in Curtis, 1837, A guide to an arrangement 
of British insects; being a catalogue of all the named species 
hitherto discovered in Great Britain and Ireland, Ed. 2, col. 
280, ruled under the plenary power to be available from 
Curtis (1837) with authorship Haliday in Curtis (gender: 
feminine) (type species, ruled under the plenary power to be 
by subsequent designation by Gorodkov, 1984, in Soos & 
Papp (Eds.), Catalogue of Palaearctic Diptera, vol. 10, p. 
18: Helomyza fenestralis Fallen, 1820) (Diptera). Op. 1797 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



officinalis, Armadillo, Dumeril, 1816, Dictionnaire des Sciences 
Naturelles, Ed. 2, vol. 3, p. 117 (specific name of the type 
species of Armadillo Latreille, 1802) (Isopoda). Op. 1897 

okutanii, Neadmete, Petit, 1974, Venus, 33(3): 110 (specific 
name of the type species of Neadmete Habe, 1961) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1370 

oleracea, Chrysomela, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 372 (specific name of the type species of Altica 
Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

olivaceus. Centrums, Thorell, 1877, Atti delta Societd Italiana 
di Scienze Naturali, 19: 151-152 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Arachnida, Scorpiones). Op. 1394 

olivaceus, Eutettix?, Melichar, 1903, Homopteren-Fauna von 
Ceylon, p. 191 (specific name of the type species of Bhatia 
Distant, 1908) (Homoptera). Op. 1819 

olivaris, Silurus, Rafinesque, 1818, American Monthly 
Magazine and Critical Review, New York, 3(5): 355 (senior 
subjective synonym of Pylodictis Hmosus Rafinesque, 1819, 
the type species of Pylodictis Rafinesque, 1819) 
(Osteichthyes, Siluriformes). Op. 1584 

olivieri, Agabus, Zaitzev, 1908, Russkoe Entomologicheskoe 
Obozrenie, 7: 121 (a junior objective synonym of the 
specific name of Dytiscus biguttatus Olivier, 1795) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1785 

OLPIIDAE Banks, 1895, Journal of the New York Entomo- 
logical Society, 3(1): 10 (type genus: Olpium L. Koch, 1873) 
(Arachnida). Op. 1423 

Olpium L. Koch, 1873, Uebersichtliche Darstellung der 
europdischen Chernetiden ( Pseudoscorpione ) , p. 33 (gender: 
neuter) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Obisium pa Hi pes Lucas, [1846]) (Arachnida). Op. 
1423 

Omalisus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 179 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent monotypy by 
Fourcroy, 1785, Entomologia Parisiensis, vol. 1, p. 64: 
Omalisus fontisbellaquaei Geoffroy in Fourcroy, 1785) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Ombellula Cuvier, [1797], Tableau elementaire de Vhistoire 
naturelle des animaux, p. 675, ruled under the plenary 
power to be an incorrect original spelling of Umbellula 
(Anthozoa). Op. 1903 

Oncomera Stephens, 1829, The Nomenclature of British 
Insects, p. 20 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Dryops femorata 
Fabricius, 1792) (Coleoptera). Op. 1506 

Onthotrogus Motschulsky, 1859, Etudes Entomologiques, 8: 
153 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1708 

Oodescelis Motschulsky, 1845, Bulletin de la Societe Imperiale 
des Sciences des Naturalistes de Moscou, 18(1): 76 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Kaszab, 1940, Mitteilungen der Miinchner Entomologischen 
Gesellschaft, 30(3): 937: Blaps polita Sturm, 1807) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1729 

Oosternum Sharp, 1882, Insecta. Coleoptera. Vol. 1, part 2 in 
Godman, F.D. & Salvin, O., Biologia Centrali-Americana, 
vol. 16, p. 112 (gender: neuter) (type species, by monotypy: 
Oosternum costatum Sharp, 1882) (Coleoptera). Op. 1891 

opalescens, Cynolebias, Myers, 1942, Stanford Ichthyological 
Bulletin, 2(4): 107 (Osteichthyes, Cyprinodontiformes). Op. 
1762 



Ophonus Dejean. 1821. Catalogue de la collection de 
Coleopteres de M. le Baron Dejean, p. 13 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Carabus sabulicola Panzer, 1796) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1598 

Opius Wesmael, 1835, Nouveaux Mimoires de I'Academic 
Royale des Sciences et Belles-Lettres de Bruxelles. 9:115 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Opius pallipes Wesmael. 1835) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1497 

opossum, Didelphis, Linnaeus, 1758. Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 55 (specific name of the type species of Philander 
Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia. Marsupialia). Op. 1894 

orbata, Tachina, Wiedemann, 1830. Aussereuropdische 
zweifliigelige Insekten, 2: 336, ruled by the Commission to 
be as defined by the neotype designated by Crosskey, 1967, 
Proceedings of the Roval Entomological Society of London, 
(B)36: 106 (Diptera). Op. 1600 

Orbicula Cuvier, 1798, Tableau elementaire de Vhistoire 
naturelle des animaux, p. 435 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Brachiopoda). 
Op. 1468 

orbicularis, Glycymeris, da Costa, 1778, British Conchology, p. 
168 (a junior objective synonym of the specific name of 
Area glycymeris Linnaeus, 1758) (Bivalvia). Op. 1414 

orbicularis, Testudo, Linnaeus, 1758. Systema Naturae, Ed. 10. 
vol. 1, p. 198 (senior subjective synonym of the specific 
name of Testudo lutaria Linnaeus, 1758, the type species of 
Emys Dumeril, 1806, by the first reviser action of Mertens 
& Wermuth, 1960, Die Amphibien und Reptilien Europas, p. 
12) (Reptilia, Testudines). Op. 1800 

orbiculata, Nitidula, Gyllenhal, 1808, Insecta Svecica, 
Descripta a Leonardo Gyllenhal, Classis I. Coleoptera sive 
Eleuterata, vol. 1, p. 242 (specific name of the type species 
of Aspidiphorus Ziegler in Dejean, 1821) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1862 

orbiculus, Nautilus, Forsskal, 1775, Descriptiones animalium 
..., p. 125 (specific name of the type species of Sorites 
Ehrenberg, [1839]) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1536 

Orbitolina d'Orbigny, 1850, Prodrome de Paleontologie 
stratigraphique universelle des animaux mollusques & 
rayonnes faisant suite au cours elementaire de Paleontologie 
et Geologie stratigraphique s, vol. 2, p. 143 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, ruled under the plenary power to be 
by subsequent designation by Davies, 1939. Transactions of 
the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 59: 786: Orbulites concava 
Lamarck, 1816) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1587 

orestes, Phacops, Billings, 1860, Canadian Naturalist and 
Geologist, 5: 65 (specific name of the type species of 
Acernaspis Campbell, 1967) (Trilobita). Op. 1846 

ornatus, Centruroides, Pocock, 1902, Biologia Centrali- 
Americana, p. 26 (Arachnida, Scorpiones). Op. 1394 

ornatus, Tylosteus, Leidy, 1872, Proceedings of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1872: 40 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Reptilia, Dinosauria). Op. 1371 

ornigis, Apanteles, Weed, 1887, Bulletin of the Illinois State 
Laboratory of Natural History, 3: 6, ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over the specific 
name of Microgaster robiniae Fitch, 1859 whenever the two 
names are considered to be synonyms (specific name of the 
type species of Pholetesor Mason. 1981) (Hymenoptera). 
Op. 1480 



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59 



ORTHOCERINI Blanchard, 1845 (1820), Histoire des insectes 
... comprenant une nouvelle classification fondee sur leurs 
rapports naturels, vol. 2, p. 29 (type genus: Orthocerus 
Latreille, 1796), ruled under the plenary power that this 
name and other family-group names based on Orthocerus 
are not to be given priority over COLYDUDAE Erichson, 
1842 and other family-group names based on Colydium 
Fabricius, 1792 whenever their type genera are placed in the 
same family-group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1811 

Orthocerus Latreille, 1 796, Precis des caracteres generiques des 
insectes, disposes dans un ordre naturel, p. 16 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent monotypy by 
Latreille, 1807, Genera Crustaceorum et Insectorum, vol. 2, 
p. 172: Tenebrio hirticornis De Geer, 1775, a junior 
subjective synonym of Dermestes clavicornis Linnaeus, 
1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1811 

Orthonus Miers, [1878], Proceedings of the Zoological Society 
of London, 1877(43): 664 (a junior objective synonym of 
Armadillo Latreille, 1802) (Isopoda). Op. 1897 

Oryzaria Defrance in Bronn, 1825, System der urweltlichen 
Pflanzenthiere, p. 31 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Foraminiferida). 
Op. 1501 

oryzivorus, Coluber, Suckow, 1798, Anfangsgrunde der 
theoretischen und angewandten Naturgeschichte der Thiere, 
3, von den Amphibien, p. 245 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia). Op. 
1463 

osceola, Chelydra, Stejneger, 1918, Proceedings of the 
Biological Society of Washington, 31: 89, ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over the specific 
names of Chelydra laticarinata Hay, 1916 and Chelydra 
sculpta Hay. 1916 whenever it is considered to be a 
synonym of either of them (Reptilia, Testudines). Op. 1377 

osgoodi, Chagrinichnites, Hannibal & Feldmann, 1983, Journal 
of Paleontology, 57: 706 (Trace fossil, arthropod). Op. 1520 

Osilinus Philippi, 1847, Zeitschrift fur Malakozoologie, 4: 19- 
20 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under 
the plenary power: Trochus turbinatus Born, 1778) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1930 

ossifagus, Labrus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 286 (a junior objective synonym of Labrus mixtus 
Linnaeus, 1758) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1954 

ossifragus, Labrus, Lonnberg, 1896, Bihang till Kongliga 
Svenska Vetenskaps-Akademiens Handlingar, 22(4, 1): 42 (a 
junior objective synonym of Labrus ossifagus Linnaeus, 
1758) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1954 

Osteoglossum Cuvier, 1829, Le regne animal distribue d'apres 
son organisation pour servir de base a I'histoire naturelle des 
animaux et d' introduction a lanatomie comparee, Ed. 2, vol. 
2, p. 328 (gender: neuter) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Osteoglossum bicirrhosum Cuvier, 
1829) (Osteichthyes, Osteoglossiformes). Op. 1621 

Otaria Peron, 1816, Histoire de 1'elephant marin, ou phoque a 
trompe [Phoca proboscidae, N.]: peches des Anglois aux 
Terres Australes in: Voyage de decouvertes aux Terres 
Australes, execute sur les Corvettes le Geographe, le 
Naturaliste, et la Goelette le Casuarina, pendant les annees 
1800, 1801, 1802, 1803 et 1804, vol. 2, p. 37, footnote 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Phoca leonina Molina, 1782, invalid senior 
subjective synonym of Phoca byronia de Blainville, 1820) 
(Mammalia, Pinnipedia). Op. 1962 

otidiformis, Dinornis, Owen, 1844, Transactions of the 
Zoological Society of London, 3(3): 247 (specific name of 
the type species of Aptornis Owen, 1848) (Aves). Op. 1874 



Otoes Fischer, 1817, Memoires de la Societe Imperiale des 
Naturalistes de Moscou, 5: 445 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Mammalia, Pinnipedia). Op. 1962 

oularsawa, Coluber, Bonnaterre, 1790, Ophiologie, in: Tableau 
Encyclopedique et Methodique des Trois Regnes de la 
Nature, p. 26 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia). Op. 1463 

Ourocnemis Baker, 1887, Transactions of the Entomological 
Society of London, 1887: 175-176, pi. 9 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Anteros axiochus Hewitson, 
[1867], a junior subjective synonym of Papilio archytas 
Stoll, [1787]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1381 

ovalis, Heliastes, Steindachner, 1900, Denkschriften der 
Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Classe der 

Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften Wien, 70 (for 
1901), p. 502, p. 20 in the separate issued in 1900, ruled 
under the plenary power not to be invalid by reason of 
having been rejected before 1961 as a junior secondary 
homonym of Chromis ovalis Steindachner, 1866 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1622 

ovatus, Gasterosteus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 296 (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1841 

oxianus, Ammobates (Xerammobates), Popov, 1951, Trudy 
Zoologicheskogo Instituta, 9(3): 917 (specific name of the 
type species of Xerammobates Popov, 1951) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1853 

Oxystoglossa Smith. 1853, Catalogue of hymenopterous insects 
in the collection of the British Museum, part 1 (Andrenidae 
and Apidae), p. 83 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Oxystoglossa decorata Smith, 1853) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1952 

OXYSTOGLOSSINI Schrottky, 1909, Deutsche Entomo- 
logische Zeitschrift, 1909: 482 (type genus: Oxystoglossa 
Smith, 1853), ruled under the plenary power that this name 
and other family-group names based on Oxystoglossa are 
not to be given priority over AUGOCHLORINI Beebe, 
1925 and other family-group names based on Augochlora 
Smith, 1853 whenever their type genera are placed in the 
same family-group taxon (Hymenoptera). Op. 1952 

paca, Mus, Linnaeus, 1766, Systema Naturae, Ed. 12, vol. 1,-p. 
81 (specific name of the type species of Cuniculus Brisson, 
1762) (Mammalia, Rodentia). Op. 1894 

PACHYCEPHALOSAURIDAE Sternberg, 1945, Journal of 
Paleontology, 19(5): 535 (type genus: Pachycephalosaurus 
Brown & Schlaikjer, 1943) (Reptilia, Dinosauria). Op. 1371 

Pachycephalosaurus Brown & Schlaikjer, 1943, Bulletin of the 
American Museum of Natural History, 82(5): 132 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by original designation: 
Pachycephalosaurus grangeri Brown & Schlaikjer, 1943, a 
junior subjective synonym of Troodon wyomingensis 
Gilmore, 1931) (Reptilia, Dinosauria). Op. 1371 

pacificum, Phascolosoma, Keferstein, 1866, Nachrichten von 
der Kbniglichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften (und der 
Georg-Augusts-Universitdt), 1866(14): 221 (Sipuncula). Op. 
1532 

Paessleria Michaelsen, 1907, Ergebnisse der Hamburger 
Magalhaensischen Sammelreise, 8(5): 68 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Paessleria magalhaensis 
Michaelsen, 1907), ruled under the plenary power not to be 
given priority over Eudistoma Caullery, 1909 whenever the 
two names are considered to be synonyms (Tunicata). Op. 
1865 



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Palaega Woodward. 1870, Geological Magazine, 7: 496, ruled 
under the plenary power not to be given priority over 
Bathynomus Milne Edwards, 1879 whenever the two names 
are considered to be synonyms (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Palaega carteri Woodward, 1870) 
(Isopoda). Op. 1668 

Palaeopropithecus G. Grandidier, 1899, Bulletin du Museum 
National d'Histoire Naturelle, 5(7): 345 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Palaeopropithecus ingens G. 
Grandidier, 1899) (Mammalia, Primates). Op. 1737 

pallida, Banksinella luteolateralis, Theobald, 1907, A mono- 
graph of the Culicidae or mosquitoes, vol. 4, p. 470 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1775 

pallida, Doris, Riippell & Leuckart, 1830 or 1831, in Riippell, 
Atlas zu der Reise im nordlichen Africa, p. 33, pi. 10, fig. 1 
(senior subjective synonym of the specific name of Doris 
(Glossodoris) xantholeuca Ehrenberg, 1831, the type 
species of Glossodoris Ehrenberg, 1831) (Gastropoda). Op. 
1375 

pallidus, Zosterops, Swainson, [1837], in Lardner, The Cabinet 
of Natural History, p. 294 (Aves). Op. 1859 

pallipes, Obisium, Lucas, [1846], Exploration scientifique de 
I'Algerie pendant les annees 1840, 1841, 1842, Zoologie, vol. 
2, p. 277 (specific name of the type species of Olpium L. 
Koch, 1873) (Arachnida). Op. 1423 

pallipes, Opius, Wesmael, 1835, Nouveaux Memoires de 
VAcademie Roy ale des Sciences et Belles-Lettres de 
Bruxelles, 9: 1 18 (specific name of the type species of Opius 
Wesmael, 1835) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1497 

Palmar Schaefer, 1949, Miscellanea Entomologica, 
Supplement: 167 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
original designation: Buprestis festiva Linnaeus, 1767) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1825 

Palorbitolina Schroeder, 1963, Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie 
und Paldontologie Abhandlungen, 117: 348 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Madreporites 
lenticularis Blumenbach, 1805) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1587 

paludum, Gerris, Fabricius, 1794, Entomologia systematica 
emendata et aucta, vol. 4, p. 188, as defined by the lectotype 
designated by Andersen, 1990, Steenstrupia, 16: 59 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1741 

pandora, Anthrax, Fabricius, 1805, Sy sterna antliatorum 
secundum ordines genera, species, adjectis synonymis, locis, 
observationibus, descriptionibus, p. 121 (specific name of the 
type species of Exoprosopa Macquart, 1840) (Diptera). Op. 
1632 

pangia, Cobitis, Hamilton, 1822, An account of the fishes found 
in the river Ganges and its branches, p. 355 (senior objective 
synonym of the specific name of Cobitis cinnamomea 
McClelland, 1839, the type species of Pangio Blyth, 1860) 
(Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1695 

Pangio Blyth, 1860, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, 
29: 169 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Cobitis cinnamomea McClelland, 1839, an unnecessary 
replacement name for Cobitis pangia Hamilton, 1822) 
(Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1695 

paniculata. Rust a. Duchassaing & Michelotti, 1860, Memorie 
della Reale Accademia della Scienze di Torino, (2)19: 294 
(specific name of the type species of Riisea Duchassaing & 
Michelotti, 1860) (Anthozoa). Op. 1895 

Panope Menard de la Groye, 1807, Memoire sur un nouveau 
genre de coquille bivahe-equivalve ..., p. 31 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Bivalvia). Op. 1414 



Panopea Menard de la Groye, 1807, Annates du Museum 
National d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris. 9: 135 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Children, 1823. Quarterly Journal oj Science. Literature and 
the Arts, 14: 84: Panopea aldrovandi Menard de la Groye, 
1807, a junior subjective synonvm of Mva glycimeris Born. 
1778) (Bivalvia). Op. 1414 

panoptes, Varanus, Storr, 1980, Records of the Western 
Australian Museum, 8(2): 273, as defined by the holotype 
(catalogue no. R44792 in the Western Australian Museum. 
Perth) (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1948 

Paolia Smith, 1871, American Journal of Science and Arts, 
(3)1: 44 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Paolia vetusta Smith, 1871) (Protorthoptera). Op. 1705 

papillosa, Duseideia?, Johnston. 1842, A history of the British 
sponges and lithophytes, p. 190 (specific name of the type 
species of Epizoanthus Gray, 1867) (Anthozoa). Op. 1689 

Parabelopeltis Naef, 1921, Mitteihmgen aus der Zoologischen 
Station zu Neapel, 22: 534 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
by monotypy: Geoteuthis flexuosa Miinster, 1843) 
(Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

Paracolletes Smith, 1853, Catalogue of hymenopterous insects 
in the collection of the British Museum, part 1 , p. 6 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Paracolletes 
crassipes Smith, 1853) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

PARACOLLETIDAE Cockerell, 1934, Australian Zoologist. 
8(1): 6 (type genus: Paracolletes Smith. 1853), ruled under 
the plenary power that this name and other family-group 
names based on Paracolletes are to be given precedence 
over NEOPASIPHAEIDAE Cockerell. 1930 and other 
family-group names based on Neopasiphae Perkins, 1912 
whenever their type genera are placed in the same family- 
group taxon (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

paradoxa, Heterogynis, Rambur, 1837, Annales de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, 5: 585 (specific name of the type 
species of Heterogynis Rambur, 1837) (Lepidoptera). Op. 

1445 

Paralictus Robertson, 1901, Canadian Entomologist, 33: 229 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by original designation: 
Halictus cephalicus Robertson, 1892, a junior homonym of 
Halictus cephalicus Morawitz, 1873 and replaced by 
Halictus cephalotes Dalla Torre, 1896), ruled under the 
plenary power not to be given priority over Dialictus 
Robertson, 1902 or Chloralictus Robertson. 1902 whenever 
it is considered to be a synonym of them (Hvmenoptera). 
Op. 1882 

parallelus, Dacus, Wiedemann, 1830, Aussereuropdische 
zweiflugelige Insekten, vol. 2, p. 515, as defined by the 
lectotype designated by Zucchi, 1979, Revista Brasileira de 
Entomologia, 23: 263, all prior designations of lectotype 
having been set aside under the plenary power (Diptera). 
Op. 1558 

Paraphytomyza Enderlein, 1936, Mitteihmgen der Deulschen 
Entomologischen Gesellschaft, 7: 42 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Phytagromyza luteoscutellata de Meijere. 1924) (Diptera). 
Op. 1509 

Paraplesioteuthis Naef, 1921, Mitteihmgen aus der 
Zoologischen Station zu Neapel, 22: 534 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by original designation and monotypy: 
Geoteuthis sagittata Miinster, 1843) (Cephalopoda. 
Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

Parasigara Poisson, 1957, Faune de France, 61: 85 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, confirmed by the Commission to be 
by original designation: Corisa transversa Fieber, 1848) 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1555 



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61 



parasites, Mnestra, Krohn, 1853, Archiv fur Naturgeschichte, 
19(1): 281 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Hydrozoa). Op. 1752 

Parosphromenus Bleeker, 1877, Atlas ichthyologique des Indes 
orientales neerlandaises, vol. 9 (Percoides 3), pi. 395, 
caption of fig. 1 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Osphronemus deissneri Bleeker, 1859) 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1946 

Paruroctonus Werner, 1934, Scorpiones. In: H.G. Bronn's 
Klassen und Ordnungen des Tierreichs, Band 5 
(Arfhropoda), Abt. 4 (Arachnoidea), Buch 8 (Scorpiones, 
Pedipalpi), Lieferung 1-2, p. 283 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by monotypy of the replaced nominal genus 
Uroctonoides Hoffmann, 1931: Uroctonoides gracilior 
Hoffmann, 1931) (Arachnida, Scorpiones). Op. 1934 

parvulus, Dacus, Hendel, 1912, Supplements Entomologica, 1: 
21, ruled under the plenary power not to be given priority 
over the specific name of Chaetodacus latifrons Hendel, 
1915 whenever the two names are considered to be 
synonyms (Diptera). Op. 1864 

parvum, Leptobrachium, Boulenger, 1893, Annali del Museo 
Civico di Storia Naturale di Genova, (2a)13: 344, as defined 
by the lectotype designated by Capocaccia, 1957, Annali del 
Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Genova, 69: 211 
(Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1763 

PASSALOTEUTHIDIDAE Naef, 1922, Die fossilen 
Tintenfische ..., p. 230 (type genus: Passaloteuthis Lissajous, 
1915) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1721 

Passaloteuthis Lissajous, 1915, Bulletin de la Societe d'Histoire 
Naturelle de Macon, 1915(1): 9 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by original designation: Belemnites bruguierianus 
d'Orbigny, 1843, a junior subjective synonym of Belemnites 
bisulcatus de Blainville, 1827) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). 
Op. 1721 

patachonica, Oidemia, King, 1828, Zoological Journal 
(London), 4: 100 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves, Anseriformes). Op. 
1648 

patachonicus, Micropterus, King, 1831, Proceedings of the 
Committee of Science and Correspondence of the Zoological 
Society of London, 1: 14 (Aves, Anseriformes). Op. 1648 

paumotensis, Fungia, Stutchbury, 1833, Transactions of the 
Linnean Society of London, 16: 495, as defined by the 
neotype designated by Hoeksema, 1989, Zoologische 
Verhandelingen, Leiden, 254: 145 (specific name of the type 
species of Pleuractis Verrill, 1864) (Anthozoa). Op. 1649 

pauxillum, Apion (Rhinapion), Beguin-Billecocq, 1905, Annales 
de la Societe Entomologique de France, 74: 147 (specific 
name of the type species of Rhinapion Beguin-Billecocq, 
1905) (Coleoptera). Op. 1694 

paxillosa, Belemnites, Lamarck, 1801, Systeme des animaux 
sans vertebres, p. 104 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Cephalopoda, 
Coleoidea). Op. 1721 

pectinata, Listroscelis, Guerin, 1831, in Lesson, Histoire 
naturelle des Crustaces, Arachnides et Insectes ... Voyage 
autour du Monde sur la Corvette 'La Coquille' du Capitaine 
Duperrey. Zoologie, 2(2), Division 1, pi. 10 (specific name 
of the type species of Phisis Stal, 1861) (Orthoptera, 
Grylloptera). Op. 1490 

pectunculoides, Area, Scacchi, 1834, Annali Civili del Regno 
delle due Sicilie, 6: 82 (specific name of the type species of 
Bathyarca Kobelt, 1891) (Bivalvia). Op. 1887 



Pectunculus da Costa, 1778, British Conchology, p. 183 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Juke-Browne, 1911, Proceedings of the 
Malacological Society. London, 9: 250: Pectunculus 
capillaceus da Costa, 1778, a junior objective synonym of 
Venus exoleta Linnaeus, 1758) (Bivalvia). Op. 1414 

Pectunculus Lamarck, 1799, Memoires de la Societe d'Histoire 
Naturelle de Paris, 1799: 87 (a junior homonym of 
Pectunculus da Costa, 1778) (Bivalvia). Op. 1414 

pedestris, Hyperia, Guerin-Meneville, 1836, Iconographie du 
Regne Animal de G. Cuvier, vol. 2, Crustaces, pi. 25, fig. 6 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Amphipoda). Op. 1878 

pedicularius, Dermestes, Linnaeus, 1758, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 357 (specific name of the type species of 
Kateretes Herbst, 1793) (Coleoptera). Op. 1916 

pelagica, Heteronota, Girard, 1857, Proceedings of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 9: 197, ruled 
under the plenary power to be given precedence over the 
specific name of Gymnodactylus arnouxii Dumeril, 1851 
whenever the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Reptilia, Sauria). Op. 1647 

pelagica, Procellaria, Linnaeus, 1758, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 131 (specific name of the type species of 
Hydrobates Boie, 1822) (Aves, Procellariiformes). Op. 1696 

Pelomedusa Wagler, 1830, Natiirliches System der Amphibien 
..., p. 136 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Testudo galeata Schoepff, 1792) (Reptilia, Testudines). Op. 
1534 

PELOMEDUSIDAE Cope, 1868, Proceedings of the Academy 
of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1868: 119 (type genus: 
Pelomedusa Wagler, 1830) (Reptilia, Testudines). Op. 1534 

Pelorus de Montfort, 1808, Conchyliologie systematique et 
classification methodique des coquilles. Coquilles univalves, 
cloisonnees, vol. 1, p. 22 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Foraminiferida). 
Op. 1570 

Peltis Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 117, and all uses of 
the name prior to the publication of Peltis Kugelann, 1792 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Peltis Kugelann, 1792, Neuestes Magazin fur die Liebhaber der 
Entomologie, 4: 508 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Hope, 1840, The coleopterist's 
manual, vol. 3, p. 150: Silpha grossa Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Pelusios Wagler, 1830, Natiirliches System der Amphibien ..., p. 
136 (gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Fitzinger, 1843, Sy sterna Reptilium, 1, 
Amblyglossae, p. 29: Testudo subnigra Bonnaterre, 1790) 
(Reptilia, Testudines). Op. 1534 

pendula, Musca, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 591 (specific name of the type species of Helophilus 
Fabricius, 1805) (Diptera). Op. 1747 

penicillatus, Attus, Simon, 1875, Annales de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, (5)5: xcii. Bulletin des Seances 
(Seance du 28 Avril 1875) (Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1612 

pennatribus, Thorius, Cope, 1869 (May), American Naturalist, 
3(4): 222 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Amphibia. Caudata). Op. 
1605 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



pennatulus, Thorius, Cope, 1869 (June), Proceedings of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 21: 111 
(specific name of the type species of Thorius Cope, 1869, by 
reason of the suppression under the plenary power of 
Thorius pennatribus Cope, 1869) (Amphibia, Caudata). Op. 
1605 

Pennella Oken, 1815, Lehrbuch der Natwgeschichte, vol. 3 
(Zoologie), part 1, p. 358 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
ruled under the plenary power to be valid by monotypy: 
Pennella diodontis Oken, 1815), ruled under the plenary 
power to be available despite having been published in a 
rejected work (Copepoda). Op. 1817 

pensylvanica, Macrocera, Lepeletier, 1841, Histoire naturelle 
des insectes. Hymenopteres, vol. 2, p. 97 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1852 

pentangulatus, Euomphalus, Sowerby, 1814, The Mineral 
Conchology of Great Britain, vol. 1, no. 9, p. 97 (specific 
name of the type species of Euomphalus Sowerby, 1814) 
(Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

Pepliphorus Hiibner, [1819], Verzeichniss bekannter 
Schmettlinge, part 5, p. 71 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by subsequent designation by Scudder, 1875, Proceedings of 
the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 10: 245: 
Papilio cyanea Cramer, [1775]), ruled under the plenary 
power not to be given priority over Nacaduba Moore, 
[1881] whenever the two names are considered to be 
synonyms (Lepidoptera). Op. 1773 

Peplodyta Toxopeus, 1929, Tijdschrift voor Entomologie, 70: 
230 (a junior objective synonym of Pepliphorus Hiibner, 
[1819]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1773 

perarmatus, Ammonites, J. Sowerby, June 1822, The Mineral 
Conchology of Great Britain, vol. 4, p. 72, ruled under the 
plenary power not rendered invalid by the prior publication 
of Ammonites perarmatus Young & Bird, [May] 1822 
(specific name of the type species of Euaspidoceras Spath, 
1931) (Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea). Op. 1456 

perarmatus, Ammonites, Young & Bird, [May] 1822, A geo- 
logical survey of the Yorkshire coast, p. 249 (Cephalopoda, 
Ammonoidea). Op. 1456 

percutiens, Alauda, Wilkes, [1796], Encyclopaedia Londinensis, 
vol. 1, p. 236 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves). Op. 1859 

perfoliata, Taenia, Schrank, 1788, Verzeichnisse der bisher 
hinldnglich bekannten Eingeweidewiirmer , p. 37 (specific 
name of the type species of Anoplocephala Blanchard, 
1848)(Cestoda). Op. 1427 

perforans, Stoa, De Serres, 1855, Annales des Sciences 
Naturelles, Paris. Zoologie, (4)4: 241 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1425 

pericarpius, Curculio, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 380 (specific name of the type species of 
Rhinoncus Schonherr, 1825) (Coleoptera). Op. 1529 

permutata, Siphamia, Klausewitz, 1966, Senckenbergiana 
Biologica, 47: 217 (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1481 

permutatus, Cornalatus, Attems, 1938, Tierreich, 69: 61 
(specific name of the type species of Cornalatus Attems, 
1931) (Diplopoda, Polydesmida). Op. 1498 

Pero Herrich-Schaffer, 1855, Systematische Bearbeitung 
Schmetterlinge Europa, col. 6, p. 91 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Gono- 
dontis rectisectaria Herrich-Schaffer, [1855]) (Lepidoptera). 
Op. 1379 



perplexa, Filimanus, Feltes, 1991, Copeia. 1991(2): 307 (specific 
name of the type species of Filimanus Myers, 19361 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1761 

perplexus, Cnemidophorus, Baird & Girard, 1852, Proceedings 
of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 6(4): 
128 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1929 

persica, Octopodoteuthis, Naef. 1923, Fauna e Flora del Golfo 
di Napoli, 35(1,1): 337. ruled under the plenary power not 
to be given priority over the specific name of Taningia 
danae Joubin, 1931 whenever the two names are considered 
to be synonyms (Cephalopoda. Coleoidea). Op. 1768 

pertii, Stigmodera, Gory & Laporte. 1 837. Histoire naturelle et 
iconographie des insectes coleopteres, publiee par 
monographies separees. Texte vol. 2. Suite aux Buprestides. 
p. 23 (specific name of the type species of Castiarina Gory 
& Laporte, 1837) (Coleoptera). Op. 1628 

pertinax, Contopus, Cabanis & Heine. 1859, Museum 
Heineanum .... part 2, p. 72 (Aves, Passeriformes). Op. 1885 

peruvianus, Hemidactylus, Wiegmann, 1835, Verhandlungen der 
Kaiserlichen Leopoldinisch-Carolinischen Akademie der 
Naturforscher, 17(1): 240 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia. 
Squamata). Op. 1908 

Petropedetes Reichenow, 1874, Archiv fur Naturgeschichte, 
40(1.3): 290 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Petropedetes cameronensis Reichenow, 1874) 
(Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1921 

PETROPEDETINAE Noble, 1931, The Biology of the 
Amphibia, p. 520 (type genus: Petropedetes Reichenow. 
1874), ruled under the plenary power that this name and 
other family-group names based on Petropedetes are to be 
given precedence over HEMIMANTIDAE Hoffmann, 1878 
and (by the first reviser action of Dubois, 1982, Bulletin of 
Zoological Nomenclature, 39: 136) CACOSTERNINAE 
Noble, 1931, and other family-group names based on 
Hemimantis Peters, 1863 and Cacosternum Boulenger. 1887 
whenever their type genera are placed in the same family- 
group taxon (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1921 

peus, Culex, Speiser, 1904, Insektenborse, 21: 148 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Diptera). Op. 1644 

Phaenops Dejean, 1833, Catalogue des coleopteres de la 
collection de M. le Comte Dejean, Ed. 2, part 1, p. 79 
(gender: feminine, as ruled under the plenary power) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Thery, 1942, Faune 
de France, 41: 73: Buprestis cyanea Fabricius, 1775) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1826 

phalaenoides, Phryganea, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, 
Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 547 (specific name of the type species of 
Semblis Fabricius, 1775) (Trichoptera). Op. 1596 

philadelphica. Macrocera, Lepeletier, 1841, Histoire naturelle 
des insectes. Hymenopteres, vol. 2, p. 110 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1852 

Philander Brisson, 1762, Regnum Animate in classes IX 
distributum, sive synopsis methodica, Ed. 2, pp. 13, 207 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Didelphis opossum Linnaeus. 1758), ruled 
under the plenary power to be taken as first available from 
Brisson, 1762, despite that being a work rejected for 
nomenclatural purposes (Mammalia, Marsupialia). Op. 
1894 



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63 



philippiana, Area, Nyst, 1848, Memoires de I 'Academie Royale 
des Sciences, des Lettres et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, 22: 
54 (Bivalvia). Op. 1887 

philippinensis, Neaera, Hinds, 1843, Proceedings of the 
Zoological Society of London, 1843(11): 78 (specific name 
of the type species of Luzonia Dall & Smith in Dall, 1 890) 
(Bivalvia). Op. 1376 

Philodendros Fitzinger, 1843, Systema Reptilium, p. 26 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1384 

Philodendrus Agassiz, 1846, Nomenclatoris Zoologici Index 
Universalis, p. 285, emendation of Philodendros Fitzinger, 
1 843 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1384 

Phisis Stal, 1861, Kongliga svenska Fregattens Eugenies Resa 
omkring lorden, Vetenskapliga Iakttagelser, vol. 2, Zoologi 
(1) Insecta, p. 324 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
confirmed by the Commission to be by original 
designation: Listroscelis pectinata Guerin, 1831) 
(Orthoptera, Grylloptera). Op. 1490 

phoenicopterus, Lamprotornis, Swainson, [1837], in Lardner, 
The Cabinet of Natural History, p. 360 (Aves). Op. 1859 

Pholetesor Mason, 1981, Memoirs of the Entomological 
Society of Canada, 115: 37 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by original designation: Apanteles ornigis Weed, 
1887) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1480 

PHORORHACIDAE Lydekker, 1893, The Ibis, 5: 43 (an 
incorrect subsequent spelling of PHORUSRHACIDAE 
Ameghino, 1889) (Aves, Gruiformes). Op. 1687 

Phororhacos Ameghino, 1889, Adas de la Academia Nacional 
de Ciencias de Cordoba, 6: 659 (an unjustified emendation 
of Phorusrhacos Ameghino, 1887) (Aves, Gruiformes). Op. 
1687 

PHORORHACOSIDAE Ameghino, 1889, Adas de la 
Academia Nacional de Ciencias de Cordoba, 6: 659 (an 
incorrect original spelling of PHORUSRHACIDAE) (Aves, 
Gruiformes). Op. 1687 

PHORUSRHACIDAE Ameghino, 1889, Adas de la Academia 
Nacional de Ciencias de Cordoba, 6: 659, correction of 
PHORORHACOSIDAE (type genus: Phorusrhacos 

Ameghino, 1887) (Aves, Gruiformes). Op. 1687 

Phorusrhacos Ameghino, 1887, Boletin del Museo de La Plata, 
1887: 24 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Phorusrhacos longissimus Ameghino, 1887) (Aves, 
Gruiformes). Op. 1687 

PHRYNOBATRACHINAE Laurent, 1941, Revue de Zoologie 
et de Botanique Africaines, 34(2): 192 (type genus: 
Phrynobatrachus Giinther, 1862), ruled under the plenary 
power that this name and other family-group names based 
on Phrynobatrachus are to be given precedence over 
HEMIMANTIDAE Hoffmann, 1878 and other family- 
group names based on Hemimantis Peters, 1863 whenever 
their type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1921 

Phrynobatrachus Giinther, 1 862, Proceedings of the Zoological 
Society of London, 1862: 190 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Phrynobatrachus natalensis Giinther, 
1862, a junior subjective synonym of Stenorhynchus 
natalensis Smith, 1849) (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1921 

phyllocolpa, Blennocampa, Viitasaari & Vikberg, 1985, Notulae 
Entomologicae, 65: 2 (junior objective synonym of 
Tenthredo (Allantus) pusilla Klug, 1816, the type species of 
Blennocampa Hartig, 1837 and a junior primary homonym 
of T. pusilla Miiller, 1776) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 



Phyllodoce Lamarck, 1818, Histoire naturelle des animaux sans 
vertebres, vol. 5, p. 316 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Phyllodoce laminosa Lamarck, 1818) 
(Polychaeta). Op. 1692 

Phyllodoce Ranzani, 1817, Opuscoli Scientifici, Bologna, 1(2): 
109, and all uses of the name prior to the publication of 
Phyllodoce Lamarck, 1818 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority 
and the Principle of Homonymy) (Polychaeta). Op. 1692 

PHYLLODOCIDAE Orsted, 1843, Annulatorum danicorum 
conspectus, fasc. 1 (Maricolae), p. 25 (type genus: 
Phyllodoce Lamarck, 1818) (Polychaeta). Op. 1692 

Phyllomya Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830, Memoires presentes par 
divers Savants a I 'Academie Royal des Sciences de ITnstitut 
de France, 2: 213 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Musca volvulus Fabricius, 1794) (Diptera). Op. 
1475 

phyllophis, Coluber, Boulenger, 1891, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (6)7(39): 281 (a junior objective synonym 
of Phyllophis carinata Giinther, 1864) (Reptilia, Serpentes). 
Op. 1867 

Phymatestes Pascoe, 1 867, Journal of the Linnean Society of 
London, Zoology, 9: 142 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by indication: Lagria tuberculata Fabricius, 1792) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1525 

Phymatodes Dejean, 1834, Catalogue des Coleopteres, Ed. 
2(3), p. 203, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Phymatodes Mulsant, 1839 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of both the 
Principle of Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1525 

Phymatodes Muisant, 1839, Histoire Naturelle des Coleopteres 
de France, vol. 1, p. 39 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Le Conte, 1850, Journal of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, (2)12: 32: 
Cerambyx variabilis Linnaeus, 1761) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1525 

Physophyscus Lesquereux, 1891, Proceedings of the U.S. 
National Museum, 13: 9 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Trace fossil, 
arthropod). Op. 1520 

Phytobius Dejean, 1835, Catalogue des Coleopteres de la 
collection de M. le Comte Dejean, Ed. 2, p. 282 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Thomson, 1859, Skandinaviens Coleoptera, vol. 1, p. 138: 
Curculio quadrituberculatus Fabricius, 1787) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1529 

Phytoptus Dujardin, 1851, Annales des Sciences naturelles 
(Zoology), (3)15: 167 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Phytoptus avellanae 
Nalepa, 1889) (Arachnida, Acarina). Op. 1521 

piceus, Dytiscus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 411 (specific name of the type species of 
Hydrophilus Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

piceus, Lithobius, L. Koch, 1862, Die Myriapodengattung 
Lithobius darestellt, p. 49 (Chilopoda). Op. 1816 

picirostris, Curculio, Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa Insedorum 
sistens eorum species nuper detectas, vol. 1, p. 101, as 
defined by the neotype (the female lectotype of Curculio 
cinerascens Marsham, 1802 in the Natural History 
Museum, London) designated under the plenary power 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1387 

Pila Roding, 1798, Museum Boltenianum, part 2, p. 145 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation 
by Dall, 1904, Journal of Conchology, 11(2): 53: Helix 
ampullacea Linnaeus. 1758), senior objective synonym of 
Ampullaria Lamarck, 1799 (Gastropoda). Op. 1913 



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pileata, Thaumantias, Forbes, 1841, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (1)7: 84 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Hydrozoa). Op. 
1465 

pi lent urn. Discocephalum, Linton, 1891, Report U.S. Com- 
missioner of Fish and Fisheries for 1887, 15: 781 (specific 
name of the type species of Disculiceps Joyeux & Baer, 
1935) (Cestoda, Lecanicephalidea). Op. 1538 

pileus. Terebratula, Bruguiere, 1792, Choix des memoires ... 
formant les collections du Journal d'Histoire naturelle, vol. 1, 
p. 424 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1466 

PILIDAE Preston, 1915, The fauna of British India, including 
Ceylon and Burma. Mollusca, vol. 4 (Freshwater 
Gastropoda & Pelecypoda), p. 96, confirmed as a junior 
and invalid objective synonym of AMPULLARIIDAE 
Gray, 1824 (Gastropoda). Op. 1913 

pilula. Dermestes, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 356 (specific name of the type species of Byrrhus 
Linnaeus, 1767) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

pini, Aspidiotus, Hartig, 1839, Jahresberichte tiber die 
Fortschritte der Forstwissenschaft und forstlichen Natur- 
kunde im Jahre 1836 und 1837 nebst Original-Abhandlungen 
aus dem Gebiete dieser Wissenschaften, Jahrg. 1, Heft 4, p. 
642 (specific name of the type species of Leucaspis 
Signoret, 1869) (Homoptera). Op. 1401 

piscivorus, Crotalus, Lacepede, 1788-1789, Histoire Naturelle 
des Serpens, p. 130, ruled under the plenary power to be an 
available name despite being published in an unavailable 
work (Reptilia). Op. 1463 

pisoruni. Dermestes, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 356 (specific name of the type species of Bruchus 
Linnaeus, 1767) (Coleoptera). Op. 1809 

Pistella Muller, 1764, Fauna insectorum Fridrichsdalina, p. xiii 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

pitcheri, Gryphaea, Morton, 1834, Synopsis of the organic 
remains of the Cretaceous group of the United States, p. 55 
(Bivalvia). Op. 1635 

Placostylus Beck, 1837, Index Molluscorum praesentis aevi 
Musei Principis Augustissimi Christiani Frederici, p. 57 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Limax fibratus Martyn, 1784) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1662 

plana, Nepa, Sulzer, 1776, Abgekiirzte Geschichte der Insecten 
nach dem Linnaeischen System, part 1, p. 92 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Heteroptera). Op. 1850 

Planoplatyscelis Kaszab, 1940, Mitteilungen der Miinchner 
Entomologischen Gesellschaft, 30(1): 206 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Platyscelis margelanica Kraatz, 1882) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1728 

Planularia Defrance, 1826, Dictionnaire des Sciences 
Naturelles, vol. 41, p. 244 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
by monotypy: Peneroplis auris Defrance, 1824) (For- 
aminiferida). Op. 1571 

Planularia Nilsson, 1826, Kungliga Svenska Vetenskaps- 
akademiens Handlingar, 1825(2): 342 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Foraminiferida). 
Op. 1571 



planumbona, Leptaena, Hall, 1847, Natural History of New- 
York, p. 112 (specific name of the type species of Stro- 
phomena de Blainville. 1824) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1671 

planus, Dytiscus, Fabricius. 1781, Species Insectorum, vol. 2. p. 
501 (Coleoptera). Op. 1556 

Platalea Linnaeus, 1758. Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1. p. 
139 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Gray, 1840, A list of the genera of birds, with 
an indication of the typical species of each genus, p. 67: 
Platalea leucorodia Linnaeus, 1758) (Aves, Ciconiiformes). 
Ops. 67, 1674 

PLATALEIDAE Bonaparte. 1838. A geographical and 
comparative list of the birds of Europe and North America, 
p. 48 (type genus: Platalea Linnaeus, 1758). ruled under the 
plenary power that this name and other family-group 
names based on Platalea are not to be given priority over 
THRESKIORNITHIDAE Poche, 1904 and other family- 
group names based on Threskiornis Gray. 1842 whenever 
their type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Aves, Ciconiiformes). Op. 1674 

Platanista Wagler, 1830, Natiirliches System der Amphibien. 
mil vorangehender Classification der Saugthiere und Vogel, 
p. 35 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Delphinus gangeticus Roxburgh, 1801) (Mammalia. 
Cetacea). Op. 1565 

Plateocolymbus Gistel, 1857, Vacuna oder die Geheimnisse aus 
der organise/ten und leblosen Welt, vol. 2, p. 606 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1796 

plarycephalus, Spelerpes, Camp, 1916, University of California 
Publications in Zoology, 17(3): 1 1 (specific name of the type 
species of Hydromantes Gistel, 1848) (Amphibia. Caudata). 
Op. 1866 

Platycerus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 59 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 429: 
Scarabaeus caraboides Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1754 

PLATYCNEMINI Nordmann, 1837. Symbolae ad 
monographiam staphylinorum, p. 6 (type genus: Platycnemus 
Nordmann, 1837), ruled under the plenary power that this 
name and other family-group names based on Platycnemus 
are not to be given priority over junior family-group names 
in general current usage when Platycnemus and the relevant 
type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1851 

Platycnemus Nordmann, 1837, Symbolae ad monographiam 
staphylinorum, p. 135 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Platycnemus lateritius Nordmann, 1837) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1851 

Platygaster Zetterstedt, 1838, Insecta Lapponica descripta, 
Section 3, Diptera, p. 574 (a junior homonym of 
Platygaster Latreille, 1809) (Diptera). Op. 1545 

Platynectes Regimbart, 1879, Annates de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, (5)8: 462 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by subsequent designation by Guignot, 1946. 
Revue Francaise d'Enlomologie, 13: 117: Agabus 
decemnotatus Aube, 1838) (Coleoptera). Op. 1796 

Platyscelis Latreille, 1818, in: Nouveau Dictionnaire d'Histoire 
naturelle, Ed. 2, vol. 27, p. 23 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Tenebrio 
hypolithus Pallas, 1781) (Coleoptera). Op. 1729 



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65 



Pleuractis Verrill, 1864, Bullet in of the Museum of 
Comparative Zoology, 1: 52 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Fungia 
paumotensis Stutchbury, 1833) (Anthozoa). Op. 1649 

plumosus, Graptolithus, Baily, 1871, in Traill & Egan, 
Explanatory memoir to accompany sheets 49, 50 and part of 
61 of the maps of the Geological Survey of Ireland ..., p. 22, 
as defined by the neotype (specimen no. BELUM: K12274d 
in the Ulster Museum, Belfast, U.K.) designated by 
Loydell, 1990. Palaeontology, 33: 938 (specific name of the 
type species of Streptograptus Yin, 1937) (Graptolithina). 
Op. 1714 

Plumularia Lamarck, 1816, Histoire naturelle des animaux sans 
vertebres, vol. 2, p. 123 (gender: feminine) (type species, ruled 
under the plenary power to be by subsequent designation by 
Broch, 1918, Danish Ingolf-Expedition, 5(7): 195: Sertularia 
setacea Linnaeus, 1758) (Hydrozoa). Op. 1886 

Plutonia Hicks, 1871, Quarterly Journal of the Geological 
Society, 27(1): 399 (a junior homonym of Plutonia Morelet 
in Stabile, 1864) (Trilobita). Op. 1880 

Plutonia Morelet in Stabile, 1864, Atti della Societd Italiana di 
Scienze Naturali, 7: 121 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Viquesnelia atlantica Morelet, 1860) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1880 

PLUTONIINAE Bollman, 1893, United States National 
Museum Bulletin, 46: 165, 168, spelling emended to 
PLUTONIUMINAE following the ruling under the 
plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the 
Code the stem of the generic name Plutonium Cavanna, 
1881 is PLUTONIUM- (Chilopoda). Op. 1880 

PLUTONIINAE Cockerell, 1893, The Conchologist, 2(7): 186 
(type genus: Plutonia Morelet in Stabile, 1864) (Gastro- 
poda). Op. 1880 

Plutonium Cavanna, 1881, Bollettino della Societd 
Entomologica Italiana, 13: 169 (gender: neuter) (type 
species, by monotypy: Plutonium zwierleim Cavanna, 1881) 
(Chilopoda). Op. 1880 

PLUTONIUMINAE Bollman, 1893, United States National 
Museum Bulletin, 46: 165, 168 (type genus: Plutonium 
Cavanna, 1881), spelling emended from PLUTONIINAE 
by the ruling under the plenary power that for the purposes 
of Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic name 
Plutonium Cavanna, 1881 is PLUTONIUM- (Chilopoda). 
Op. 1880 

PLYCTOLOPHINAE Vigors, 1825, Zoological Journal, 2: 400 
(invalid because the name of the type genus, Plyctoloplms 
Vieillot, 1816, is suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Aves, Psittaciformes). Op. 1949 

Plyctoloplms Vieillot, 1816, Analyse d'une nouvelle ornithologie 
elementaire, p. 26 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves, Psittaciformes). Op. 
1949 

Podisus Herrich-Schaeffer, 1851, in: Die wanzenartigen 
Insecten, vol. 9, part 6, p. 296 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Podisus 
vittipennis Herrich-Schaeffer. 1851) (Heteroptera). Op. 1755 

poecilogyrus, Coluber, Wied-Neuwied, [1824], Abbildungen zur 
Naturgeschichte Brasiliens, Heft 8, pi. 44, fig. 2 (Reptilia, 
Serpen tes). Op. 1832 

Poecilonota Eschscholtz, 1829, Zoologischer Atlas, enthaltend 
Abbildungen und Beschreibungen neuer Thierarten, wahrend 
des Flottcapitains von Kotzebue zweiter Reise um die Welt, 
auf der Russisch-Kaiserlichen Kriegsschlupp Predpriaetie in 
den Jahren 1823-1826, part 1, p. 9 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Buprestis 
variolosa Paykull, [1799]) (Coleoptera). Op. 1825 



Poecilostoma Dahlbom, 1835, Conspectus Tenthredinidum, 
Siricidum et Oryssinorum Scandinaviae quas Hymeno- 
pterorum familias, pp. 5, 13 (gender: neuter) (type species, 
ruled under the plenary power to be by subsequent 
designation by Rohwer, 1911, U.S. Department of 
Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Technical Series, 20(2): 
87: Tenthredo guttata Fallen, 1808, a junior subjective 
synonym of Tenthredo liturata Gmelin, 1790) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

polita, Blaps, Sturm, 1807, Deutschlands Fauna in Abbildungen 
nach der Natur mit Beschreibungen, part 5.2, p. 208 (specific 
name of the type species of Oodescelis Motschulsky, 1845) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1729 

polita, Musca, Linnaeus. 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 598 (specific name of the type species of Microchrysa 
Loew, 1855) (Diptera). Op. 1443 

politula. Cyclomorpha, Broun, 1881, Manual of New Zealand 
Coleoptera, part 2, p. 668 (specific name of the type species 
of Cyclaxyra Broun, 1893) (Coleoptera). Op. 1472 

politus, Spiroglyphus, Daudin, 1800, Recueil de memoires et de 
notes sur des especes inedites ou peu connues de Mollusques, 
de Vers, et de Zoophytes, p. 49 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1425 

politus, Turbo, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 767, as defined by the neotype (specimen no. 1071 in 
the Zoological Museum, Uppsala) designated by Waren, 
1988, Bollettino Malacologico, 24: 20, as confirmed by the 
setting aside under the plenary power of all previous 
fixations of type specimen (Gastropoda). Op. 1780 

Polycentrus Miiller & Troschel, 1849, Fische in Schomburgk, 
M.R., Reisen in Britisch-Guiana in den Jahren 1840-1844 ..., 
part 3 (Versuch einer Zusammenstellung der Fauna und Flora 
von Britisch-Guiana), no. 1 (Fauna), p. 622 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Polycentrus 
schomburgkii Miiller & Troschel, 1849) (Osteichthyes, 
Perciformes). Op. 1954 

Polychroma Dejean. 1836, Catalogue des coleopteres de la 
collection de M. le Comte Dejean. Troisieme edition, revue, 
corrigee et augmentee, p. 89 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1628 

Polygyra Say, 1818, Journal of the Academy of Natural 
Sciences of Philadelphia, 1(10): 276 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, ruled under the plenary power to be by subsequent 
designation by Herrmannsen, 1847, Indicus generum 
Malacozoorum primordia, vol. 2, p. 317: Polygyra 
septemvolva Say, 1818) (Gastropoda). Op. 1691 

POLYGYRIDAE Pilsbry, 1895, Manual of Conchology, series 
2 (Pulmonata), vol. 9, p. xxxii (type genus: Polygyra Say, 
1818), ruled under the plenary power that this name and 
other family-group names based on Polygyra are to be 
given precedence over MESODONTIDAE Tryon, 1866 and 
other family-group names based on Mesodon Ferussac, 
1821 whenever their type genera are placed in the same 
family-group taxon (Gastropoda). Op. 1691 

polymorphus, Bucephalus, Baer, 1827. Nova Acta Physico- 
Medica Academiae Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae 
Naturae Curiosorum, 13: 570, as defined by the neotype 
(microscopic preparation no. 1655b in the Zoological 
Museum, Humboldt University, Berlin, being the lectotype 
of Gasterostomum fimbria turn Siebold, 1848) designated 
under the plenary power (specific name of the type species 
of Bucephalus Baer, 1827) (Trematoda). Op. 1717 



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poiymorphus, Tubulanus, Renier, [1804], Prospetio della Classe 
dei Vermi, p. 20, ruled under the plenary power to be 
published and available from its use by Renier. [1804], 
Prospetto della Classe dei Vermi, despite that work having 
been rejected in Opinion 316 as not properly published 
(specific name of the type species of Tubulanus Renier. 
[1804]) (Nemertea). Op. 1486 

Polyodontes de Blainville, 1828, in Levrault (Ed.), Dictionnaire 
des sciences naturelles, vol. 57 (VEC-VER), p. 461 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Phyllodoce 
maxillosa Ranzani, 1817) (Polychaeta). Op. 1692 

Polyrhachis Smith, 1857. Journal of the Proceedings of the 
Linnean Society, Zoology, 2: 58 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by original designation: Formica bihamata Drury, 
1773), ruled under the plenary power to be given 
precedence over the name Myrma Billberg, 1820 whenever 
the two names are considered to be synonyms (Hymeno- 
ptera). Op. 1919 

Pomacea Perry, 1810, Arcana; or the Museum of Natural 
History, pi. 1 1 and text (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Pomacea maculata Perry, 1810) (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1913 

porcellus, Ptochus, Boheman in Schonherr, 1834, Genera et 
species Curculionidum cum synonymia hujus familiae, vol. 2, 
part 1, p. 483 (specific name of the type species of Ptochus 
Schonherr, 1826) (Coleoptera). Op. 1616 

Porcinolus Mulsant & Rey, 1869, Histoire naturelle des 
coleopteres de France, part 2, Piluliformes, p. 94 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Mroczkowski, 1984, Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 
41: 1 14: Byrrhus murinus Fabricius, 1794) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1396 

Porcus Etienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1808, Description de 
I'Egypte, ... Histoire Naturelle, Planches, vol. 1, pi. 15 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, Siluriformes). Op. 1402 

portentosa, Acheta, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei 
zoologici ditissimi Hamburgi, d. III. Februar 1796 auctionis 
lege distrahendi. Sectio Tenia. Continens Insecta, p. 85, 
ruled under the plenary power to be available despite 
having been published in a suppressed work (Orthoptera). 
Op. 1820 

posticarum, Simulia, Meigen, 1838. Systematische Beschrei- 
bung der bekannten europdischen zweifliigeligen Insecten, 
vol. 7 (suppl. vol.), p. 52 (Diptera). Op. 1508 

Potamilus Rafinesque, 1818, American Monthly Magazine and 
Critical Revue, 3: 355 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Morrison, 1969. Annual Reports 
of the American Malacological Union, 1969: 24: Unio alatus 
Say, 1817) (Bivalvia). Op. 1665 

Potamolithus Pilsbry & Rush, 1896, The Nautilus, 10(7): 80 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Clench, 1948, The Nautilus, 61(3): 105: 
Paludina lapidum d'Orbigny, 1835) (Gastropoda). Op. 1779 

praealtus, Cyclodomorphus, Osborne, 1994, in Green, K. & 
Osborne, W., Wildlife of the Australian Snow-Country, p. 
104 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1884 

praealtus, Cyclodomorphus, Shea, 1995, Records of the 
Australian Museum, 47(1): 105 (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 
1884 

Praeanthropus Senyiirek, 1955, Belleten (Ankara), 19: 33 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Meganthropus africanus Weinert, 1950, a suppressed senior 
subjective synonym of Australopithecus afarensis Johanson, 
1978) (Mammalia, Primates). Op. 1941 



praeornata, Dendrophis, Schlcgel. 1837, Essai sur la 
physionomie des Serpens, vol. 1. p. 157, vol. 2, p. 236 
(specific name of the type species of Dromophis Peters. 
1869) (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1384 

prattii, Orbitolites, Michelin, 1847, Iconographie zoophyto- 

logique, p. 278 (specific name of the type species of 
Discocyclina Giimbel, 1870) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1537 

primigenius, Elephas, Blumenbach. 1799. Handbuch der 

Naturgeschichte, Ed. 6. p. 697. as defined by the neotype 
designated by Garutt. Gentry & Lister. 1990. Bulletin of 
Zoological Nomenclature, 47: 41 (specific name of the type 
species of Mammuthus Brookes. 1828) (Mammalia. 
Proboscidea). Op. 1661 

princeps, Pleuromma, Scott, 1894, Transactions of the Linnean 
Society of London, Zoological Series, 6: 42, ruled under the 
plenary power not to be invalid by reason of its having 
been rejected before 1961 as a former secondary homonym 
of Metridia princeps Giesbrechl, 1889 (specific name of the 
type species of Gaussia Wolfenden, 1905) (Copepoda). Op. 
1590 

Prionus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1. p. 198 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by designation under the plenary- 
power: Cerambyx coriarius Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1754 

priscus, Haplocanthus, Hatcher, 1903, Proceedings of the 
Biological Society of Washington, 16: 1 (specific name of 
the type species of Haplocanthosaurus Hatcher, 1903) 
(Reptilia, Saurischia). Op. 1633 

priscus, Rhabdodon, Matheron. 1869. Bulletin de la Sociele 
Geologique de France, (2)26: 795, termination corrected 
from priscum (specific name of the type species of 
Rhabdodon Matheron, 1869) (Reptilia, Ornithischia). Op. 
1483 

Proagoderus Lansberge, 1883, Notes from the Leyden Museum. 
5: 15 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Onthophagus (Proagoderus) ritsemae Lansberge. 1883) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1708 

proava, Apis, Menge, 1856, Lebenszeichen vorweltlicher, im 
Bernstein eingeschlossener Thiere, p. 26, as defined by the 
neotype (specimen no. BMNH In. 18757 in the 
Palaeontology Department, the Natural History Museum. 
London) designated under the plenary power 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1964 

Procervulus Gaudry, 1 877, Les enchainements du monde animal 
dans les temps geologiques. Mammiferes tertiaires, p. 88; La 
Revue Scientifique de la France et de I'Etranger, (2)13(24): 
555 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under 
the plenary power: Antilope dichotoma Gervais, 1849) 
(Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 1791 

progracile, Rhabdomeson, Wyse Jackson & Bancroft, 1995. 
Journal of Paleontology, 69: 30 (specific name of the type 
species of Rhabdomeson Young & Young. 1874) (Bryozoa). 
Op. 1854 

prominens, Lampides, Moore, 1877, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (4)20: 341 (specific name of the type 
species of Nacaduba Moore, [1881]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 
1773 

propinqua, Corisa, Fieber. 1860, Die Europdischen Hemiptera, 
part 1, p. 99, as defined by the neotype designated by 
Jansson, 1986, Acta Entomologica Fennica, 47: 26 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1937 

Proptera Rafinesque, 1819, Journal de Physique, de Chimie, 
d'Histoire Naturelle, 88: 420 (a junior objective synonym of 
Potamilus Rafinesque, 1818, by designation of Unio alatus 
Say, 1817 as type species by Herrmannsen, 1847, Indices 
generum malacozoorum primordia, vol. 2, p. 41) (Bivalvia). 
Op. 1665 



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67 



propython, Clidastes, Cope, 1869, Proceedings of the Boston 
Society of Natural History, 12: 258 (specific name of the 
type species of Clidastes Cope, 1868) (Reptilia, Sauria). Op. 
1750 

proscarabaeus, Meloe, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 430 (specific name of the type species of Meloe 
Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1918 

PROSOPIDIDAE Fallen, 1813, Specimen novam 
Hymenoptera disponendi methodum exhibens, p. 32 (type 
genus: Prosopis Fabricius, 1804), ruled under the plenary 
power that this name and other family-group names based 
on Prosopis are not to be given priority over 
COLLETIDAE Lepeletier, 1841 and other family-group 
names based on Colletes Latreille, 1802 whenever their type 
genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

Prosopis Fabricius, 1804, Systema Piezatorum, p. 293 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Morice & Durrant, 1915, Transactions of the Entomological 
Society of London, 1914: 416-418: Mellinus bipunctatus 
Fabricius, 1798) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

protea, Heterogyna, Nagy, 1969, Entomologische Mitteilungen 
aus dem Zoologischen Staatsinstitut und Zoologischen 
Museum, Hamburg, no. 64, p. 8 (specific name of the type 
species of Heterogyna Nagy, 1969) (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1445 

proteus, Merium, Kirby, 1837, Fauna Boreali Americana, The 
Insects, part 4, p. 172 (specific name of the type species of 
Meriellum Linsley, 1957) (Coleoptera). Op. 1525 

Protocalliphora Hough, 1899, Entomological News, 10: 65 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by original designation: 
Musca azurea Fallen, 1817) (Diptera). Op. 1618 

Protophormia Townsend, 1908, Smithsonian Miscellaneous 
Collections, no. 1803, 51(2): 123 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Phormia terraenovae Robineau- 
Desvoidy, 1830) (Diptera). Op. 1618 

Protowarthia Ulrich & Schofield, 1897, Geological and Natural 
History Survey of Minnesota (Final Report), 3(2): 848 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda). Op. 
1470 

PROTOWARTHIIDAE Ulrich & Schofield, 1897, Geological 
and Natural History Survey of Minnesota (Final Report), 
3(2): 847 (invalid because the name of the type genus, 
Protowarthia Ulrich & Schofield, 1 897, has been suppressed 
under the plenary power) (Gastropoda, Archaeo- 
gastropoda). Op. 1470 

Psammocollus Grube, 1866, Verhandlungen der Kaiserlich- 
Koniglichen zoologisch-botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien, 16: 
178 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Polychaeta). Op. 1636 

pseudobrowniana, Scottia, Kempf, 1971, Eiszeitalter und 
Gegenwart, 22: 45 (specific name of the type species of 
Scottia Brady & Norman, 1889) (Ostracoda). Op. 1836 



PSEUDOCALANIDAE Sars, 1901, An account of the Crus- 
tacea of Norway, vol. 4, p. 19 (type genus: Pseudocalanus 
Boeck, 1873) (Copepoda). Op. 1503 

Pseudocalanus Boeck, 1873, Forhandlinger i Videnskabs- 
selskabet i Kristiania, 1872: 37 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Clausia elongata Boeck, 1865, a 
junior subjective synonym of Calanus minutus Kroyer, 
1845) (Copepoda). Op. 1503 



Pseudocaranx Bleeker, 1863, Natuwkundige Verhandelingen 
van de Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen te 
Haarlem, (2)18: 82 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Scomber dentex Bloch & Schneider, 1801) 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1841 

Pseudoclavella Bassett-Smith, 1898, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (7)2: 92 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Copepoda). Op. 
1430 

pseudodelphis, Delphinus, Schlegel, 1841, Abhandhmgen aus 
dem Gebiete der Zoologie und vergleichenden Anatomie, vol. 
1 (Beitrage zur Characteristik der Cetaceen), p. 22 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Mammalia, Cetacea). Op. 1660 

Pseudofoenus Kieffer, 1902, Hymenoptera, Fam. Evaniidae in 
Wytsman, P. (Ed.), Genera Insectorum, fascicle 2, p. 6 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Foenus unguiculatus Westwood, 1841) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1912 

pseudogallarum, Acarus, Vallot, 1836, Memoires de I'Academie 
des Sciences, Arts et Belles-Lettres de Dijon, 1836: 189 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Arachnida, Acarina). Op. 1521 

Pseudonevermannia Baranov, 1926, Neue Beitrage zur 
Systematischen Insektenkunde, 3: 164 (a junior objective 
synonym of Cnetha Enderlein, 1921 by the designation 
under the plenary power of Simulium vernum Macquart, 
1826 as type species of both nominal genera) (Diptera). Op. 
1416 

Pseudoxyrhopus Gunther, 1881, Annals and Magazine' of 
Natural History, (5)7(41): 359 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by monotypy of the replaced nominal genus 
Homalocephalus Jan, 1863: Homalocephalus heterurus Jan, 
1863) (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1789 

pteneres, Anas, Forster, 1844, Descriptiones Animalium quae in 
itinere ad Maris Australis Terras per annos 1772, 1773 et 
1774 suscepto collegit, p. 338 (Aves, Anseriformes). Op. 
1648 

Pterodiscus Pilsbry, 1893, Part 33, pp. 1-48 in: Manual of 
Conchology. Structural and systematic. With illustrations of 
the species. Founded by George W. Tryon, Jr. Second series: 
Pulmonata, vol. 9, p. 36 (a junior objective synonym of 
Tropidoptera Ancey, 1889) (Gastropoda). Op. 1845 

Pterodoris Ehrenberg, 1831, Symbolae physicae seu icones et 
descriptiones animalium evertabratorum sepositis insectis 
quae ex itinere per Africam borealem et Asiam occidentalem. 
Decas 1 Mollusca (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1375 

Pteropus Brisson, 1762, Regnum Animate in classes IX 
distributum, sive synopsis methodica, Ed. 2, pp. 13, 153 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Vespertilio niger Kerr, 1792), ruled under 
the plenary power to be taken as first available from 
Brisson, 1762, despite that being a work rejected for 
nomenclatural purposes (Mammalia, Chiroptera). Op. 1894 

Pterygometopidella Wedekind, 1912, Zeitschrift der Deutschen 
Geologischen Gesellschaft (Abhandhmgen und Monats- 
berichte), 63 (for 1911): 324 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Trilobita). Op. 
1846 



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Ptilinus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 64 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent monotypy by 
Miiller, 1776, Zoologiae Danicae prodromus, p. 81: Ptilinus 
cylindricus Miiller, 1776, a suppressed senior subjective 
synonym of Ptilinus fuscus Geoffroy in Fourcroy, 1785) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Ptilopus Schonherr, 1823, his (von Oken), 1823: col. 1140 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1451 

PTINIDAE Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle, generate et 
particuliere, des crustaces et des insectes, vol. 3, p. 112 (type 
genus: Ptinus Linnaeus, 1767) (Coleoptera). Op. 1809 

Prinus Linnaeus, 1767, Systema Naturae, Ed. 12, vol. 1, part 2, 
p. 565 (gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur 
Vordre naturel des animaux composant les classes des 
crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 427: Cerambyx 
fur Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1809 

Ptochus Schonherr, 1826, Curculionidum dispositio methodica 
cum generum characteribus, descriptionibus atque observa- 
tionibus variis, p. 188 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
ruled under the plenary power to be by subsequent 
designation by Marshall, 1916, The fauna of British India, 
including Ceylon and Burma. Coleoptera. Rhynchophora: 
Curculionidae (part 1), p. 259: Ptochus porcellus Boheman 
in Schonherr, 1834) (Coleoptera). Op. 1616 

Ptychagnostus Jaekel, 1909, Zeitschrift der Deutschen 
Geologischen Gesellschaft , 61: 400, the paper Uber die 
Agnostiden ruled under the plenary power to be treated as 
having been published in its entirety in 1909 and printed so 
that the definition of Ptychagnostus on p. 401 appeared at 
the top of p. 400 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
confirmed by the Commission to be by original desig- 
nation: Agnostus punctuosus Angelin, 1851) (Trilobita). Op. 
1701 

Ptychochilus Boettger, 1881, Conchologische Mitteilungen, 
1(4): 47 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1823 

Ptychochylus Boettger, 1881, Conchologische Mitteilungen, 
1(4): 48, alternate original spelling of Ptychochilus 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1823 

pulcher, Trigonocephalus, Peters, 1862, Monatsberichte der 
Koniglichen Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu 
Berlin, 1862: 672, footnote, as defined by the female 
holotype (specimen no. ZMB 3868 in the Zoologisches 
Museum der Humboldt-Universitat, Berlin) (Reptilia, 
Serpentes). Op. 1939 

pulchra, Anniella, Gray, 1852, Annals and Magazine of Natural 
History, (2)10(59): 440, as defined by the neotype (specimen 
no. 64656 in the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, 
University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.) designated 
under the plenary power (specific name of the type species 
of Anniella Gray, 1852) (Reptilia, Squamata). Op. 1735 

pumilio, Bracon, Nees, 1834, Hymenopterorum Ichneumonibus 
Affinium Monograph, vol. 1, p. 90 (specific name of the type 
species of Gnamptodon Haliday, 1833) (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1424 

punctata, Thaumantias, Forbes, 1841, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (1)7: 85 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Hydrozoa). Op. 
1465 



punctatus, Labrus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 285, as defined by the lectotype (catalogue no. 
NRM 4 in the Swedish Museum of Natural History, 
Stockholm) designated by Kullander, 1983, A revision of the 
South American cichlid genus Cichlasoma (Teleostei: 
Cichlidae), p. 84, ruled under the plenary power not to be 
given priority over the specific name of Labrus 
schomburgkii Miiller & Troschel. 1849 whenever the two 
names are considered to be synonyms (Osteichthyes, 
Perciformes). Op. 1954 

puncticollis, Ceratopogon, Becker, 1903, Mitteilungen aus dem 
Zoologischen Museum in Berlin, 2(3): 75, ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over the subspecific 
name of Ceratopogon pulicaris algecirensis Strobl. 1900 
whenever the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Diptera). Op. 1643 

punctulatissima, Apis, Kirby, 1802, Monographia Apum 
Angliae ..., vol. 2, p. 231 (valid subjective synonym of the 
specific name of Apis aterrima Panzer, 1798, the type 
species of Stelis Panzer, 1806) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

punctuiiialbum. Curculio, Herbst in Fuessly, 1784, Archiv der 
Insektengeschichte, Heft 5, pi. 74 (senior subjective 
synonym of Curculio pseudacori Fabricius, 1792, the type 
species of Mononychus Germar, 1824) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1529 

punctuosus, Agnostus, Angelin, 1851, Palaeontologia Scandi- 
navica Pars 1. Crustacea Formationis Transitionis, p. 8 
(specific name of the type species of Ptychagnostus Jaekel, 
1909) (Trilobita). Op. 1701 

punctus, Tachinus, Gravenhorst, 1806, Monographia 
coleopterorum micropterorum, p. 27 (specific name of the 
type species of Mycetoporus Mannerheim, 1831) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1726 

pupula, Eustixia, Hiibner, 1823, Zutrage zur Sammlung 

exotischer Schmetterlinge, vol. 1, p. 24 (specific name of the 
type species of Eustixia Hiibner. 1823) (Lepidoptera). Op. 
1927 

pupula, Eustixis, Hiibner. [1831], Zutrage zur Sammlung 
exotischer Schmetterlinge, vol. 3, p. 24 (Lepidoptera). Op. 
1927 

purpurata, Chrysis, Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa Insectorum, vol. 
1, p. 283, ruled under the plenary power to be as defined by 
the female neotype (a Latreille specimen in the Spinola 
collection in the Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali in 
Turin, Italy) designated by Pavesi & Strumia, 1998. Bulletin 
of Zoological Nomenclature, 55: 195 (specific name of the 
type species of Euchroeus Latreille, 1809) (Hymenoptera). 
Op. 1906 

purpurea, Sagra, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei zoologici 
ditissimi Hamburgi, d. HI. Februar 1796 auctionis lege 
distrahendi. Sectio Tenia. Continens Insecta, p. 60, ruled 
under the plenary power to be available despite having been 
published in a suppressed work (Coleoptera). Op. 1820 

Purpureum Omodeo, 1952, Archivio Zoologico Italiano, 37: 46 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Oligochaeta). Op. 1403 

purus, Halictus, Say, 1837, Boston Journal of Natural History, 
1: 395 (specific name of the type species of Augochlora 
Smith, 1853) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1952 

pusilla, Phoca, Schreber, 1775, Die Saugethiere in Abbildungen 
nach der Natur mit Beschreibungen, vol. 2, part 13, pi. 85 
(specific name of the type species of Arctocephalus Cuvier, 
1826) (Mammalia, Pinnipedia). Op. 1962 

pusillus, Callionymus, Delaroche, 1809, Annates du Museum 
d 'Histoire Naturelle. Paris, 13(77): 315 (Osteichthyes, 
Perciformes). Op. 1658 



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69 



pusillus, Platyrhynchus, Swainson, 1827, Philosophical 
Magazine, (n.s.)l(5): 366 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves, 
Passeriformes). Op. 1885 

pustulatus. Oniscus, Fabricius, 1781, Species insectorum ..., vol. 
1, p. 379 (specific name of the type species of Glomeris 
Latreille, 1802) (Diplopoda). Op. 1897 

pustulosa, Fryeria, Gray, 1853, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (2)11: 221 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1663 

putrida, Drosophila, Sturtevant, 1916, Annals of the 
Entomological Society of America, 9: 339, as defined by the 
neotype (specimen labelled "Drosophila (D.) putrida 
Sturtevant, 1916, NEOTYPE, Det. D.A. Grimaldi' from 
'U.S.A.: New Jersey: Morris County, Pompton Plains, June, 
1986, D.A. Grimaldi, coll.' in the American Museum of 
Natural History, New York) designated under the plenary 
power (Diptera). Op. 1746 

Pylodictis Rafinesque, 1819, Journal de Physique, de Chimie et 
d'Histoire Naturelle, et des Arts, 88: 422 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Pylodictis limosus Rafinesque, 
1819, a junior subjective synonym of Silurus olivaris 
Rafinesque, 1818) (Osteichthyes, Siluriformes). Op. 1584 

pyrausta, Phalaena, Hubner, [1819], Verzeichniss bekannter 
Schmettlinge, p. 163 (specific name of the type species of 
Ethmia Hubner, [1819]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1544 

pyri, Phytoptus, Pagenstecher, 1857, Verhandlungen des 
naturhistorisch-medicinischen Vereins zu Heidelberg, 1(2): 48 
(specific name of the type species of Eriophyes von Siebold, 
1851) (Arachnida, Acarina). Op. 1521 

Pyrochroa Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 338 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Westwood, [1838], Synopsis of the British insects, p. 30 
(published with An introduction to the modern classification 
of insects, vol. 1, part 3): Cantharis coccinea Linnaeus, 
1761) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Pyrophaena Schiner, 1860, Wiener Entomologische 
Monatschrift, 4: 213 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Syrphus rosarum Fabricius, 1787) (Diptera). Op. 
1744 

quadricincta, Apis, Fabricius, [1777], Genera insectorum ..., p. 
247 (specific name of the type species of Halictus Latreille, 
1804) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

quadridentatus, Lithobius, Menge, 1851, Neueste Schriften der 
Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Danzig, 4(2): 12 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Chilopoda). Op. 1816 

quadripartita, Podophrya, Claparede & Lachmann, 1859, 
Memoires de I'lnstitut National Genevois, 6: 382 (specific 
name of the type species of Tokophrya Biitschli, 1889) 
(Ciliophora, Suctoria). Op. 1778 

quadripunctatus, Erotylus, Olivier, 1792, Encyclopedic 
methodique. Histoire naturelle des insectes, vol. 6, p. 437 
(specific name of the type species of Ischyrus Lacordaire, 
1842) (Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

quadristriata, Cicada, Gmelin, 1790, Caroli a Linne Sy sterna 
Naturae, Ed. 13, p. 2111 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Homoptera). 
Op. 1935 



quadrituberculatus, Curculio, Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa 
Insectorum, vol. 1, p. 100 (specific name of the type species 
of Phytobius Dejean, 1835) (Coleoptera). Op. 1529 

quadrupeda, Syren, Custis, 1807, in King (Ed.), An account of 
the Red River, in Louisiana, drawn up from the returns of 
Messrs. Freeman & Custis, to the War Office of the United 
States, who explored the same, in the year 1806, p. 60 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Amphibia, Caudata). Op. 1733 

QUEDIINI Kraatz, [1857], in Erichson, Naturgeschichte der 
Insekten Deutschlands, Abteilung 1 (Coleoptera), vol. 2, p. 
473 (type genus: Quedius Stephens, 1829), ruled under the 
plenary power that this name and other family-group 
names based on Quedius are to be given precedence over 
PLATYCNEMINI Nordmann, 1837 and other family- 
group names based on Platycnemus Nordmann, 1837 
whenever their type genera are placed in the same family- 
group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1851 

Quedius Stephens, 1829, The nomenclature of British insects; 
being a compendious list of such species as are contained in 
the Systematic Catalogue of British insects, and forming a 
guide to their classification ..., p. 22 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Staphylinus levicollis Brulle, 1832) (Coleoptera). Op. 1851 

quinquemaculata, Uroctea, Dufour. 1 820, Annates generates des 
Sciences Physiques, Bruxelles, 5: 200 (specific name of the 
type species of Uroctea Dufour, 1820) (Cumacea). Op. 1593 

quinquespinosus, Rophites, Spinola, 1808, Insectorum Liguriae 
species novae aut rariores, vol. 2, p. 72 (specific name of the 
type species of Rophites Spinola, 1808) (Hymenoptera). 
Op. 1713 

quoll, Mustela, Zimmermann, 1783, Geographische Geschichte 
des Menschen, vol. 3, p. 181 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Mammalia, 
Marsupialia). Op. 1460 

ramicornis, Ichneumon, Fabricius, 1781, Species insectorum, 
vol. 1, p. 441 (specific name of the type species of Eulophus 
Geoffroy, 1762) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1754 

rangoonensis, Potamon, Rathbun, 1904, Nouvelles archives du 
Museum d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris, (4)6: 279 (specific 
name of the type species of Ranguna Bott, 1966) 
(Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1640 

Ranguna Bott, 1966, Senckenbergiana biologica, 47(6): 481 
(gender: feminine) (type species, confirmed by the 
Commission to be by original designation: Potamon 
rangoonenesis Rathbun, 1904) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 
1640 

rapax. Typhis, Milne Edwards, 1830, Annates des Sciences 
Naturelles, 20: 395 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Amphipoda). Op. 1 889 

rectisectaria, Gonodontis, Herrich-Schaffer, [1855], Sammlung 
neuer oder wenig bekannter aussereuropaischen 
Schmetterlinge, vol. 1, part 1, pi. 58, fig. 325 (specific name 
of the type species of Pero Herrich-Schaffer, 1855) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1379 

redmanii, Livoneca, Leach, 1818, in Cuvier (Ed.), Dictionnaire 
des sciences naturelles, vol. 12, p. 351 (specific name of the 
type species of Livoneca Leach, 1818) (Crustacea, 
Isopoda). Op. 1849 

renales, Ascaris, Goeze, 1782, Versuch einer Naturgeschichte 
der Eingeweidewurmer thierischer Korper, p. 73 (senior 
subjective synonym of the specific name of Strongylus gigas 
Rudolphi, 1802, the type species of Dioctophyme Collet- 
Meygret, 1802) (Nematoda). Op. 1552 



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repandus, Nautilus, Fichtel & Moll, 1798, Testacea 
microscopica aliaque minuta ex generibus Argonauta et 
Nautilus ad naturam picta el descripta, p. 35, as defined by 
the holotype (Inv. no. MI-470 in the Naturhistorisches 
Museum, Vienna), the neotype designation by Loeblich & 
Tappan (1962) having been set aside under the plenary 
power (specific name of the type species of Eponides de 
Montfort, 1808) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1572 

reptans, Agromyza, Fallen, 1823, Diptera Sveciae ..., vol. 2, 
Agromyzides, p. 1, as defined by the lectotype designated 
by Nowakowski, 1964, Deutsche Entomologische 
Zeitschrift, 11: 188 (specific name of the type species of 
Agromyza Fallen, 1810) (Diptera). Op. 1476 

Reptomultisparsa d'Orbigny, 1853, Paleontologie francaise, 
terrains cretaces, vol. 5, Bryozoaires, p. 875 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Diastopora incrustans d'Orbigny, 1850) (Bryozoa, 
Cyclostomata). Op. 1392 

reticulata, Boa, Schneider, 1801, Historiae Amphibiorum 
Naturalis et Literariae, vol. 2, p. 264 (oldest available 
synonym of Coluber oularsawa Bonnaterre, 1790 and 
Coluber oryzivorus Suckow, 1798, both of which are 
suppressed under the plenary power) (Reptilia). Op. 1463 

retusus, Scarabaeus, Fabricius, 1781, Species insectorum 
exhibentes eorum differentias specificas synonyma auctorum 
..., vol. 1, p. 14 (specific name of the type species of 
Temnorhynchus Hope, 1837) (Coleoptera). Op. 1838 

Reyfria Yonow, 1986, Journal of Natural History, 20: 1418 (a 
junior objective synonym of Fryeria Gray, 1853) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1663 

Rhabditis Dujardin, [1844], Histoire naturelle des Helminthes, 
p. 239 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Stiles & Hassall, 1905, Bulletin of the Bureau 
of Animal Industry, 79: 134: Rhabditis terricola Dujardin, 
[1844]) (Nematoda). Direction 120 

Rhabdodon Fleischmann, 1831, Dalmatiae nova serpentum 
genera, p. 26, and all uses of the name prior to the 
publication of Rhabdodon Matheron, 1869 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of both the 
Principle of Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1483 

Rhabdodon Matheron, 1869, Bulletin de la Societe Geologique 
de France, (2)26: 792 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Rhabdodon priscus (correction of priscum) 
Matheron, 1869) (Reptilia, Ornithischia). Op. 1483 

Rhabdomeson Young & Young, 1874, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (4)13: 337 (gender: neuter) (type species, 
by designation under the plenary power: Rhabdomeson 
progracile Wyse Jackson & Bancroft, 1995) (Bryozoa). Op. 
1854 

Rhechostica Simon, 1892, Histoire Naturelle des Araignees, Ed. 
2, part 1, p. 162 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Homoeomma texense Simon, 1892), ruled under 
the plenary power not to be given priority over 
Aphonopelma Pocock, 1901 whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1637 

Rhinapion Beguin-Billecocq, 1905, Annates de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, 74: 147 (gender: neuter) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Kissinger, 1968, 
Curculionidae subfamily Apioninae of North and Central 
America with reviews of the world genera of Apioninae and 
world subgenera of Apion Herbst (Coleoptera), p. 28: Apion 
(Rhinapion) pauxillum Beguin-Billecocq, 1905) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1694 

Rhinapion Motschulsky, 1868, Horae Societatis Entomologicae 
Rossicae, 6(supplement): 86, and all uses of the name prior 
to the publication of Rhinapion Beguin-Billecocq, 1905 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1694 



Rhinoclama Dall & Smith in Dall. 1886. Bulletin of the 
Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard, 12: 300 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Cuspidaria (Rhinoclama) adamsi Morgan & 
Heppell, 1981)(Bivalvia). Op. 1376 

Rhinomacer Geoffroy. 1 762. Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 269 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Rhinoncus Schonherr, 1825, Isis (von Oken). 1825: col. 586 
(gender: masculine) (type species, ruled under the plenary 
power to be by subsequent designation by Westwood, 1838, 
Synopsis of the genera of British insects, p. 38: Curculio 
pericarpius Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1529 

Rhipidocotyle Diesing, 1858, Sitzungsberichte der Malhe- 
matisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Classe der Kaiserlichen 
Akademie der Wissenschaften, 32: 313 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by subsequent designation by Nicoll, 1914. 
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U. K. , 
(2)10: 490: Gasterostomum minimum Wagener, 1852, a 
junior subjective synonym of Monostoma galeatum 
Rudolphi, 1819) (Trematoda). Op. 1717 

Rhipidocystis Jaekel, 1901, Zeitschrift der Deutschen 
geologischen Gesellschaft, 52(4): 672 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, ruled under the plenary power to be by 
subsequent designation by Hecker, 1940, Academie des 
Sciences de IU.R.S.S. [Trudy] de llnstitut Paleontologique, 
9(4): 16: Rhipidocystis baltica Jaekel, 1901) (Eocrinoidea). 
Op. 1760 

Rhizophagus Herbst, 1793, Natursystem alter bekannten in- und 
ausldndischen Insekten. Der Kafer, part 5, p. 18 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, ruled under the plenary power to 
be "by subsequent designation by Westwood, [1838], 
Synopsis of the genera of British insects, p. 13, published 
with An introduction to the modern classification of insects 
..., vol. 1, part 1, pp. 1-48: Lyctus bipustulatus Fabricius, 
1792), ruled under the plenary power to be the correct 
original spelling of Ryzophagus (Coleoptera). Op. 1810 

Rhogalia Hiibner, [1825], Verzeichniss bekannter Schmel- 
terlinge, p. 396 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Phalaena epigena Stoll, [1790]), ruled under the 
plenary power not to be given priority over Rosema Walker, 
1855 whenever the two names are considered to be 
synonyms (Lepidoptera). Op. 1617 

RHOPALOCERINI Reitter, 1911, Fauna Germanica. Die 

Kafer des deutschen Reiches, vol. 3, p. 108 (type genus: 
Rhopalocerus W. Redtenbacher, 1842) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1397 

Rhopalocerus W. Redtenbacher, 1842, Die Gattungen der 
deutschen Kdfer-Fauna, p. 21 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by monotypy: RJwpalocerus setosus Redtenbacher. 
1842, a junior subjective synonym of Monotoma rondanii 
Villa & Villa, 1833) (Coleoptera). Op. 1397 

Rhyncolus Germar, 1817, Magazin der Entomologie, vol. 2, p. 
340 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under 
the plenary power: Curculio ater Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1655 

Rhyzophagus Gyllenhal, 1813, Insecla suecica descripta. 
Classis I. Coleoptera sive Eleuterata, vol. 1. part 3, p. 420 
(an incorrect subsequent spelling of Rhizophagus Herbst, 
1793) (Coleoptera). Op. 1810 

riccartonensis, Monograptus, Lapworth. 1876, Geological 
Magazine, (2)3: 355-356, as defined by the neotype 
(specimen BU 1585 in the Lapworth Museum. Birmingham 
University, U.K.) designated under the plenary power 
(Graptolithina). Op. 1883 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



71 



Riisea Duchassaing & Michelotti, 1860, Memorie della Reale 
Accademia della Scienze di Torino, (2)19: 294 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Riisea paniculata 
Duchassaing & Michelotti, 1860), ruled under the plenary 
power to be the correct original spelling of Rusea 
(Anthozoa). Op. 1895 

riisei, Clavularia, Duchassaing & Michelotti, 1860, Memorie 
della Reale Accademia della Scienze di Torino, (2)19: 310, 
ruled under the plenary power to be the correct original 
spelling of Clavularia nisei (Anthozoa). Op. 1895 

riisei, Desmophyllum, Duchassaing & Michelotti, 1860, 
Memorie della Reale Accademia della Scienze di Torino, 
(2)19: 337, ruled under the plenary power to be the correct 
original spelling of Desmophyllum rusei (Anthozoa). Op. 
1895 

Rioarribasaurus Hunt & Lucas, 1991, Palaeontologische 
Zeitschrift, 65: 191 (a junior objective synonym of 
Coelophysis Cope, 1889) (Reptilia, Saurischia). Op. 1842 

Risomurex Olsson & McGinty, 1958, Bulletin of American 
Paleontology, 39(177): 40 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by designation under the plenary power: Ricinula deformis 
Reeve, 1846) (Gastropoda). Op. 1623 

Rissoa Desmarest, 1814, Bulletin des Sciences, par la Societe 
Philomatique de Paris, (3)1: 7 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Bucquoy, 
Dautzenberg & Dollfus, 1884, Les mollusques marins de 
Roussillon, vol. 1, part 7, p. 262: Rissoa ventricosa 
Desmarest, 1814) (Gastropoda). Op. 1664 

RISSOIDAE Gray, 1847, Proceedings of the Zoological 
Society of London, 15: 152 (type genus: Rissoa Desmarest, 
1814), ruled under the plenary power that this name and 
other family-group names based on Rissoa are to be given 
precedence over TRUNCATELLIDAE Gray, 1840 and 
other family-group names based on Truncatella Risso, 1 826 
whenever their type genera are placed in the same family- 
group taxon (Gastropoda). Op. 1664 

ritsemae, Onthophagus (Proagoderas), Lansberge, 1883, Notes 
from the Leyden Museum, 5: 15 (specific name of the type 
species of Proagoderus Lansberge, 1883) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1708 

Robertus Pickard-Cambridge, 1879, The Spiders of Dorset, p. 
103 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Robertus astutus Pickard-Cambridge, 1879, a junior 
objective synonym of Neriene neglectus Pickard- 
Cambridge, 1871) (Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1426 

robiniae, Microgaster, Fitch, 1859, New York State 
Agricultural Society Transactions, 18: 836, ruled under the 
plenary power not to be given priority over the specific 
name of Apanteles ornigis Weed, 1887 whenever the two 
names are considered to be synonyms (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1480 

robustulus, Holostaspis subbadius, Berlese, 1904, Redia, 1: 264, 
ruled under the plenary power to be a correction of 
rubustulus Berlese, 1904 (Arachnida, Acarina). Op. 1638 

robynsii, Harpognatus, Wesmael, 1833, Recueil Encyclopedique 
Beige, p. 121 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1597 

Roeslerstammia Zeller, 1839, his (von Oken), 1839(3): col. 202 

(gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Alucita erxlebella Fabricius, 1787) 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1910 

rondanii, Monotonia, Villa & Villa, 1833, Coleoptera Europae 
dupleta, p. 36 (senior subjective synonym of Rhopalocerus 
setosus Redtenbacher, 1842, specific name of the type 
species of Rhopalocerus W. Redtenbacher, 1842) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1397 



Rophites Spinola, 1808, Insectorum Liguriae species novae aut 
rariores, vol. 2, p. 8 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Rophites quinquespinosus Spinola, 1808) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

ROPHITIDAE Schenck, 1866, Berliner Entomologische 
Zeitschrift, 10: 322 (type genus: Rophites Spinola, 1808), 
ruled under the plenary power that this name and other 
family-group names based on Rophites are not to be given 
priority over HALICTIDAE Thomson, 1869 and other 
family-group names based on Halictus Latreille, 1804 
whenever their type genera are placed in the same family- 
group taxon (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

rosae, Cynips, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 553 (specific name of the type species of Diplolepis 
Geoffroy, 1762) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1754 

rosae, Musca, Fabricius, 1794, Entomologia systematica 
emendata et aucta, vol. 4, p. 356, ruled under the plenary 
power not to be invalid by reason of being a junior primary 
homonym of Musca rosae De Geer, 1776 (specific name of 
the type species of Chamaepsila Hendel, 1917) (Diptera). 
Op. 1938 

rosarum, Syrphus, Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa insectorum sistens 
eorum species ..., vol. 2, p. 341 (specific name of the type 
species of Pyrophaena Schiner, 1860) (Diptera). Op. 1744 

Rosema Walker, 1855, List of the specimens of lepidopterous 
insects in the collection of the British Museum, part 4, p. 
1159 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Kirby, 1892, A synonymic catalogue of 
Lepidoptera Heterocera (Moths), vol. 1 (Sphinges and 
Bombyces), p. 581: Rosema dorsalis Walker, 1855), ruled 
under the plenary power to be given precedence over Zelica 
Hiibner, [1825] and Rhogalia Hiibner, [1825] whenever it is 
considered a synonym of either of those names 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1617 

rostrata, Testudo, Thunberg, 1787, Museum Naturalium 
Academiae Upsaliensis, part 2, p. 21 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia, 
Testudines). Op. 1659 

rostrocrasso, Alauda, Wilkes, [1796], Encyclopaedia Londin- 
ensis, vol. 1, p. 235 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves). Op. 1859 

rostrolamellatus, Humerobates, Grandjean, 1936, Annales de la 
Societe Entomologique de France, 105: 77 (specific name of 
the type species of Humerobates Sellnick, 1928) 
(Arachnida, Acari). Op. 1420 

ruber, Crotalus adamanteus, Cope, 1 892, Proceedings of the 
United States National Museum, 14: 690, ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over the specific 
name of Crotalus exsul Garman, 1884 whenever the two 
names are considered to be synonyms (Reptilia, Serpentes). 
Op. 1960 

rubidus, Byrrhus, Kugelann, 1792, Neuestes Magazin fur die 
Liebhaber der Entomologie, 1(2-4): 484 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1396 

rubiginosa, Phyllodoce (Carobia), Saint-Joseph, 1888, Annales 
des Sciences Naturelles (Zoologie), (7)5: 282 (Polychaeta). 
Op. 1589 

rubra, Scolopax, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 145 (specific name of the type species of 
Eudocimus Wagler, 1832) (Aves, Ciconiiformes). Op. 1674 

rubrum, Distoma, Savigny, 1916, Memoires sur les animaux 
sans vertebres, part 2, p. 177 (specific name of the type 
species of Eudistoma Caullery, 1909) (Tunicata). Op. 1865 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



rubustidus, Holostaspis subbadius, Berlese, 1904, Redia, 1: 264, 
ruled under the plenary power to be treated as an incorrect 
original spelling of robustulus (Arachnida, Acarina). Op. 
1638 

rueppelii, Fryeria, Bergh, 1869, Naturhistorisk Tidsskrift, 
Kjobenhavn, (3)5: 514 (specific name of the type species of 
Fryeria Gray, 1853) (Gastropoda). Op. 1663 

ruetimeyeri, Lagomeryx, Thenius, 1948, Anzeiger der 
Oesterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Mathe- 
matisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse. Wien, 14: 221 
(specific name of the type species of Lagomeryx Roger, 
1904) (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 1790 

rufa, Simulia. Meigen, 1838, Systematische Beschreibung der 
bekannten Europdischen zweifliigeligen Insecten, vol. 7, p. 
54, ruled under the plenary power not to be given priority 
over the specific name of Simulia ferruginea Wahlberg, 
1844 whenever the two names are considered to be 
synonyms (Diptera). Op. 1496 

ruficornis, Apis, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 578 (specific name of the type species of Nomada 
Scopoli, 1770) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

rufipes, Staphylinus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1 , p. 423 (specific name of the type species of Tachinus 
Gravenhorst, 1802) (Coleoptera). Op. 1743 

rufospilota, Pentatoma, Westwood, 1837, A catalogue of 
Hemiptera in the collection of the Rev. F. W. Hope with short 
Latin descriptions of new species, part 1, p. 44 (specific 
name of the type species of Lincus Stal, 1867) 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1742 

rufus, Scarabaeus, De Geer, 1778, Memoires pour servir a 
I'histoire des insectes, vol. 7, pp. 640, 946, as defined by the 
male lectotype in the Swedish Museum of Natural History, 
Stockholm, designated by Holm, 1994, Bulletin of 
Zoological Nomenclature, 51: 122 (Coleoptera). Op. 1890 

rufus, Scarabaeus, Fabricius, 1792, Entomologia systematica 
..., vol. 1, part 2, p. 39, as defined by the lectotype in the 
Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen, 
designated by Landin, 1956, Opuscula Entomologica, 21: 
223, and ruled under the plenary power not to be invalid by 
reason of being a junior primary homonym of Scarabaeus 
rufus De Geer, 1778 and of S. rufus Moll, 1782 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1890 

rufus, Scarabaeus, Moll, 1782, Neues Magazin fur die 
Liebhaber der Entomologie, 1(4): 372, ruled under the 
plenary power not to be invalid by reason of being a junior 
primary homonym of Scarabaeus rufus De Geer, 1778 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1890 

rugosa, Pupa, Draparnaud, 1801, Tableau des Mollusques 
terrestres et fluviatiles de la France, p. 63 (specific name of 
the type species of Clausilia Draparnaud, 1805) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1455 

rugosa, Strophomena, de Blainville, 1824, Dictionnaire des 
Sciences Naturelles, Ed. 2, vol. 32, p. 302 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Brachiopoda). Op. 1671 

rugosus, Plesiosaurus, Owen, 1840, Reports of the British 
Association for the Advancement of Science, 9: 82, as 
defined by the neotype (the postcranial skeleton, catalogue 
no. BMNH 14435 in the Natural History Museum, 
London) designated under the plenary power (specific 
name of the type species of Eretmosaurus Seeley, 1874) 
(Reptilia, Plesiosauria). Op. 1831 

ruppelii, Fryeria, Bergh, 1869, Naturhistorisk Tidsskrift. 
Kjobenhavn, (3)5: 514 (an incorrect original spelling of 
rueppelii) (Gastropoda). Op. 1663 



Rusea Duchassaing & Michelotti, 1860, Memorie della Reale 
Accademia della Scienze di Torino, (2)19: 294, ruled under 
the plenary power to be an incorrect original spelling of 
Riisea (Anthozoa). Op. 1895 

rusei, Clavularia, Duchassaing & Michelotti. 1860, Memorie 
della Reale Accademia della Scienze di Torino, (2)19: 310. 
ruled under the plenary power to be an incorrect original 
spelling of Clavularia riisei (Anthozoa). Op. 1895 

rusei, Desmoplnilum, Duchassaing & Michelotti. 1860. 
Memorie della Reale Accademia della Scienze di Torino. 
(2)19: 337, ruled under the plenary power to be an incorrect 
original spelling of Desmophvllum riisei (Anthozoa). Op. 
1895 

ruspatrix, Vespa, Linnaeus, 1767, Systema Naturae, Ed. 12, 
vol. 1, part 2, p. 951 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Hymenoptera). Op. 
1578 

rustica, Musca, Fabricius, 1775. Systema Entomologiae .... p. 
777 (specific name of the type species of Dexia Meigen. 
1826) (Diptera). Op. 1475 

rustica, Nepa, Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae .... p. 
691, and all uses of the name prior to the publication of 
Nepa rustica Fabricius, 1781 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority 
and the Principle of Homonymy) (Heteroptera). Op. 1850 

rustica, Nepa, Fabricius, 1781, Species insect orum ..., vol. 2, p. 
333, as defined by the lectotype designated by Polhemus. 
1994, Proceedings of the Entomological Society of 
Washington, 96: 692 (specific name of the type species of 
Diplonychus Laporte, 1833) (Heteroptera). Op. 1850 

rustica, Tenthredo, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10. 
vol. 1, p. 556, as defined by the neotype (the female 
specimen labelled 'Hylotoma atrata Forst. Schwerin"; 'coll. 
Konow'; 'Neotype [female] Tenthredo rustica Linne, 1758'; 
and 'Arge rustica (Linne) [female] det. Blank & Taeger 
1999' in the Deutsches Entomologisches Institut. 
Eberswalde, Germany) designated under the plenary power 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1958 

rusticella, Phalaena, Clerck, 1759, Icones Insectorum rariorum. 
pi. 10, fig. 11 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1528 

rutilans, Buprestis, Fabricius, [1777], Genera insectorum .... p. 
235 (specific name of the type species of Scintillarrix 
Obenberger, 1956) (Coleoptera). Op. 1825 

ryeii, Drymus sylvaticus, Douglas & Scott, 1865, The British 
Hemiptera, vol. 1 Hemiptera, Heteroptera. p. 197, ruled 
under the plenary power to be defined by the lectotype 
designated by Jessop, 1984. Bulletin of Zoological 
Nomenclature, 41: 263 (Heteroptera). Op. 1411 

Ryzophagus Herbst, 1793, Natursystem aller bekannten in- mid 
auslandischen Insekten. Der Kafer. part 5, p. 18. ruled under 
the plenary power to be an incorrect original spelling of 
Rhizophagus (Coleoptera). Op. 1810 

sabulicola, Carabus, Panzer, 1796, Fauna Insectorum 
Germaniae initia, part 30, p. 4 (specific name of the type 
species of Ophonus Dejean, 1821) (Coleoptera). Op. 1598 

sabulosus, Miliolites, de Montfort, 1808, Conclniiologie 
systematique et classification methodique des coquilles, vol. 
1, p. 175 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1501 

SACCOPHARYNGIDAE Bleeker, 1859, Acta Societal is 

Scientiarum Indo Neerlandicae, 6: xxxiii (type genus: 

Saccopharynx Mitchill. 1824) (Osteichthyes, Sacco- 
pharyngiformes). Op. 1603 



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73 



Saccopharynx Mitchill, 1824, Annals of the Lyceum of Natural 
History of New York, 1(1): 86 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Saccopharynx flagellum Cuvier, 1829, a junior subjective 
synonym of Ophiognathus ampullaceus Harwood, 1827), 
ruled under the plenary power to be the name of a then 
new nominal genus and not a replacement name for 
Stylephorus Shaw, 1791 (Osteichthyes, Saccopharyngi- 
formes). Op. 1603 

sagitta, Callionymus, Pallas, 1770, Spicilegia Zoologica, vol. 1, 
part 8, p. 29, as defined by the neotype (specimen no. CAS- 
SU 41392: (female, 86.1 mm SL, INDIA: mouth of River 
Hooghli, Sundarbans, Bengal Province, ca 21°50'N 
88°00'E, S.W. Kemp, 1911.) in the California Academy of 
Sciences, Stanford University Collection, San Francisco) 
designated under the plenary power (Osteichthyes, 
Callionymidae). Op. 1388 

sagitta, Vibrio, Miiller, 1786, Animalcula Infusoria fluviatilia et 
marina ..., p. 59 (specific name of the type species of 
Trachelocerca Ehrenberg, 1840) (Ciliophora). Op. 1923 

sagittata, Geoteuthis, Munster, 1843, in Miinster, G. Graf zu, 
Meyer, H.V. & Wagner, R. (Eds.), Beitrdge zur Petrefacten- 
Kunde ..., p. 72 (specific name of the type species of 
Paraplesioteuthis Naef, 1921) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). 
Op. 1914 

Suisse! ia Deplanche, 1859, Messager de Tahiti, Papeete, 8(no. 
9): 7 (gender: feminine) (type species, by designation under 
the plenary power: Lecanium coffeae Walker, 1852) 
(Homoptera). Op. 1627 

sanctus, Somatodes, Schonherr, 1823, Isis (von Oken), 1823: 
col. 1139 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1770 

sandrii, Cynopoecilus, Faria & Muller, 1937, Revista Naval, 
37(3): 98 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, Cyprino- 
dontiformes). Op. 1762 

sarnica, Thaumantias, Forbes, 1841, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (1)7: 85 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Hydrozoa). Op. 
1465 

Sarotherodon Riippell, 1852, Verzeichniss der in dem Museum 
der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft 
aufgestellten Sammlungen, part 4, p. 21 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Sarotherodon melanotheron 
Riippell, 1852) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1548 

SARROTRIIDAE Billberg, 1820, Enumeratio Insectorum in 
Museo Gust. Joh. Billberg, p. 9 (type genus: Sarrotrium 
Illiger, 1798) (replaced before 1961 as a name based on a 
junior generic synonym) (Coleoptera). Op. 1811 

saussurii, Panesthia, Wood-Mason, 1876, Journal of the 
Asiatic Society of Bengal, 45: 190 (specific name of the type 
species of Caeparia Stal, 1877) (Dictyoptera). Op. 1373 

scamnorum, Melanesillo, Verhoeff, 1938, Arkiv for Zoologi, 
A30(16): 2 (a junior objective synonym of Spherillo vitiensis 
Dana, 1853) (Isopoda). Op. 1951 

Scelidosaurus Owen, 1859, in: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Ed. 8, 
vol. 17, p. 150 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
subsequent monotypy by Owen, 1861, Monograph of the 
Palaeontographical Society, 1: 1: Scelidosaurus harrisonii 
Owen, 1861) (Reptilia, Ornithischia). Op. 1788 

schaefferi, Meloe, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 420 (specific name of the type species of 
Cerocoma Geoffrey, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 



schellembergii, Corixa, Spinola, 1837, Essai sur les genres 
d'insectes appartenants a I'ordre des Hemipteres, Lin. ou 
Rhyngotes, Fab. et a la section des Heteropteres, p. 57 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Heteroptera). Op. 1524 

Schinomosa Tottenham, 1939, Proceedings of the Royal 
Entomological Society of London, (B)8(12): 226 (a junior 
objective synonym of Mycetoporus Mannerheim, 1831) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1726 

schinzii, Pugmeodon, Kaup, 1838, Neues Jahrbuch fur 
Mineralogie, Geologie und Palaontologie, 1838: 319, pi. 2 
(specific name of the type species of Halitherium Kaup, 
1838) (Mammalia, Sirenia). Op. 1535 

Schizopus Claparede & Lachmann, 1858, Memoires de 
I'lnstitut National Genevois, 5: 182 (a junior homonym of 
Schizopus Le Conte, 1858) (Protozoa). Op. 1727 

Schizopus Le Conte, 1858, Proceedings of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1858: 70 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Schizopus laetus Le 
Conte, 1858) (Coleoptera). Op. 1727 

Schizostoma Bronn, [1834], Lethea Geognostica, oder Abbil- 
dungen und Beschreibungen der fur die Gibirgs-Formationen 
bezeichnendsten Versteinerungen, vol. 1, p. 95 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

SCHIZOSTOMATIDAE Eichwald, 1871, Geognostica- 
paldontologische Bemerkungen, uber die Halbinsel 
Mangischlak und die Aleutischen Inseln, p. 119 (invalid 
because the name of the type genus, Schizostoma Bronn, 
[1834], has been suppressed under the plenary power) 
(Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

schloenbachi, Rotalia, Reuss, 1863, Sitzungsberichte der 
Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch- 
Naturwissenschaftliche Classe, 46(1): 84, as defined by the 
lectotype (specimen no. 1685 in the Reuss collection in the 
Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna) designated by Meyn 
& Vespermann, 1994, Senckenbergiana Lethaea, 74(1/2): 
256 (Foraminiferida). Op. 1804 

scholtzi, Sigara, Fieber, [1860], Die europaischen Hemiptera, p. 
89, as defined by the lectotype designated by Jansson, 1986, 
Acta Entomologica Fennica, 47: 12 (Heteroptera). Op. 1505 

scholtzii, Sigara, Scholtz, [1847], Uebersicht der Arbeiten und 
Veranderungen der Schlesischen Gesellschaft fur Vater- 
landische Kultur, p. 106 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority 
and the Principle of Homonymy) (Heteroptera). Op. 1505 

schomburgkii, Polycentrus, Muller & Troschel, 1 849, Fische in 
Schomburgk, M.R., Reisen in Britisch-Guiana in den Jahren 
1840-1844 ..., part 3 (Versuch einer Zusammenstellung der 
Fauna und Flora von Britisch-Guiana), no. 1 (Fauna), p. 622, 
as defined by the two subadult and 28 juvenile syntypes 
(catalogue nos. ZMB 1024 and ZMB 20604 in the Museum 
fur Naturkunde der Humboldt-Universitat. Berlin), ruled 
under the plenary power to be given precedence over the 
specific name of Labrus punctatus Linnaeus, 1758 whenever 
the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1954 

Scintillatrix Obenberger, 1956, Acta Entomologica Musei 
Nationalis Pragae, 30: 41 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
by designation under the plenary power: Buprestis rutilans 
Fabricius, [1777]) (Coleoptera). Op. 1825 

scolops, Phymosoma, Selenka, De Man & Bulow, 1 884, Reisen 
im Archipel der Philippinen von Dr C. Semper. Zweiter 
Theil. Wissenschaften Resultate, p. 75 (Sipuncula). Op. 1532 



74 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



scolyticida, Coeloides, Wesmael, 1 838, Nouveaux Memoires de 
I'Academie Royale des Sciences et Belles-Lettres de 
Bruxelles, 11: 61 (specific name of the type species of 
Coeloides Wesmael, 1838) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1530 

scomberoides, Hydrocyon, Cuvier, 1819, Memoires du Museum 
d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, 5: 357, as defined by the holotype 
(specimen no. A.8659-8 1.87. 2.3 in the Museum National 
d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris) (specific name of the type 
species of Hydrolycus Miiller & Troschel, 1844) 
(Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1581 

Scoparipes Signoret, 1880, Annates de la Societe 
Entomologique de France, (5)9(4): clxxiii. {Bulletin des 
Seances. Seance du 24 decembre 1879) (gender: masculine) 
(type species, confirmed by the Commission to be by 
original designation: Cydnus latipes Westwood, 1837) 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1707 

Scopelophis Fitzinger, 1843, Systema Reptilium. Fasciculus 
primus (Amblyglossae), p. 26 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia, 
Serpentes). Op. 1856 

Scorpaenichthys Girard, 1854, Proceedings of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 7: 131 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Scorpaenichthys marmoratus 
Girard, 1854, a junior subjective synonym of Hemitripteras 
marmoratus Ayres, 1854) (Osteichthyes, Scorpaeniformes). 
Op. 1583 

scotti, Metridia, Giesbrecht, 1897, Zoologischer Anzeiger, 20: 
254 (a junior objective synonym of Pleuromma princeps 
Scott, 1894, which is ruled under the plenary power not to 
be invalid by reason of its having been rejected before 1961 
as a former secondary homonym of Metridia princeps 
Giesbrecht, 1889) (Copepoda). Op. 1590 

Scottia Brady & Norman, 1889, Scientific Transactions of the 
Royal Dublin Society, (2)4(2): 72 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Scottia 
pseudobrowniana Kempf, 1971) (Ostracoda). Op. 1836 

scrophulariae, Dermestes, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, 
Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 356 (specific name of the type species of 
Anthrenus Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

scrophulariae, Phorodon, Thomas, 1879, Third Annual Report 
of the State Entomologist of Illinois, 8: 72 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Homoptera). Op. 1818 

sculpta, Chelydra, Hay, 1916, Annual Report of the Florida 
State Geological Survey, vol. 8, p. 73, ruled under the 
plenary power not to be given priority over the specific 
name of Chelydra osceola Stejneger, 1918 whenever the two 
names are considered to be synonyms (Reptilia, 
Testudines). Op. 1377 

scutaria, Fungia, Lamarck, 1801, Systeme des animaux sans 
vertebres, p. 370, as defined by the neotype designated by 
Hoeksema, 1989, Zoologische Verhandelingen. Leiden, 254: 
131 (senior subjective synonym of the specific name of 
Fungia dentigera Leuckart, 1840, the type species of 
Lobactis Verrill, 1864) (Anthozoa). Op. 1649 

scutata, Salamandra, Temminck & Schlegel, [1838], in Siebold, 
P.F. de, Fauna Japonica ... annis 1823-1830 collegit. Reptilia 
Elaborantibus, p. 119 (specific name of the type species of 
Hemidactylium Tschudi, 1838) (Amphibia, Caudata). Op. 
1873 

scutellaris, Tachys, Stephens, 1828, Illustrations of British 
entomology, Mandibulata, vol. 2, p. 5 (specific name of the 
type species of Tachys Dejean, 1821) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1598 



Scutopterus Dejean. 1833. Catalogue des coleopteres de la 
collection de M. le Comte Dejean. Ed. 2, part 1. p. 54 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1725 

scybalarius, Scarabaeus, Fabricius, 1781, Species insectorum, 
vol. 1. p. 16 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1890 

seemanni, Eurypelma, Pickard-Cambridge. 1897, Biologia 
Centrali- Americana, Zoologia. vol. 2, p. 26 (specific name of 
the type species of Aphonopelma Pocock. 1901) 
(Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 1637 

Semblis Fabricius, 1775, Systema Entomologiae .... p. 305 
(gender: feminine) (type species, ruled under the plenary 
power to be by subsequent designation by Van der Weele, 
1910, Megaloptera. Collections Zoologiques du Baron Edm. 
de Selys Longchamps. Catalogue Systematic/lie et Descriptif, 
fasc. 5, p. 55: Phryganea phalaenoides Linnaeus. 1758) 
(Trichoptera). Op. 1596 

Semeioptera Gray, 1859, Literary Gazette (new series), 39: 406, 
ruled under the plenary power to be an incorrect original 
spelling of Semioptera (Aves, Paradisaeidae). Op. 1606 

semiargenteus, Mithion, Simon, 1884, Bulletin de la Societe 
Zoologique de France, 9: 4 (specific name of the type 
species of Mithion Simon. 1884) (Arachnida, Araneae). Op. 
1625 

Semionotus Agassiz, 1832, Jahrbuch fur Mineralogie, 
Geognosie und Petrefaktenkunde, 1832(3): 144 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by designation under the plenary' 
power: Semionotus bergeri Agassiz. 1833) (Osteichthves). 
Op. 1438 

Semioptera Gray, 1859, Literary Gazette (new series), 39: 406 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Semioptera 
wallacii Gray, 1859), ruled under the plenary power to be a 
correct spelling despite its publication as Semeioptera 
(Aves, Paradisaeidae). Op. 1606 

septemfasciatum, Acridium, Audinet-Serville, [1838], Histoire 
Naturelle des Insectes. Orthopteres, p. 661 (specific name of 
the type species of Nomadacris Uvarov. 1923) (Orthoptera). 
Op. 1454 

septemvolva, Polygyra, Say, 1818, Journal of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1(10): 278 (specific name 
of the type species of Polygyra Say, 1818) (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1691 

Septoproductus Freeh. 1911, in Richthofen. F. von. China, 
Ergebnisse eigener Reisen und darauf gegriindeter Studien. 
vol. 5, p. 132 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1928 

sericea, Chrysomela, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10. 
vol. 1, p. 374 (specific name of the type species of 
Cryptocephalus Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

serpens, Campanularia, Hassall, 1848, Zoologist, 6: 2223 
(specific name of the type species of I i Id! inn Hincks, 1868) 
(Hydrozoa). Op. 1485 

serrarus, Astacus, Pennant. 1777, British Zoology, Ed. 4, vol. 
4, p. 19, as defined by the lectotype (the specimen figured 
by Pennant, 1777, pi. 16, fig. 28) designated by Holthuis, 
1988, Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 45: 121 
(Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1576 

serrarus, Oniscus, Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa Insectorum, p. 242 
(specific name of the type species of Sphaeroma Bosc. 
1802)(Isopoda). Op. 1574 



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setacea, Sertularia, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 813 (specific name of the type species of 
Plumularia Lamarck, 1816) (Hydrozoa). Op. 1886 

sexmaculatus, Serranus, Ruppell, 1830, Atlas zu der Reise tin 
nordliche'n Afrika. Fische des rothen Meers, p. 107 
(Osteichthyes). Op. 1439 

sexpunctata, Crioceris, Fabricius, 1792, Entomologia syste- 
matica emendata et aucta ..., vol. 1, part 2, p. 4 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1709 

seychellensis, Psammophis, Schlegel, 1837, Essai sur la 
physionomie des serpens, vol. 1 (Partie generale), p. 155 
(specific name of the type species of Lycognathophis 
Boulenger, 1893) (Reptilia, Serpen tes). Op. 1856 

sheppardi, Choragus, Kirby, 1819, Transactions of the Linnean 
Society of London, 12: 448 (specific name of the type 
species of Choragus Kirby, 1819) (Coleoptera). Op. 1756 

Shoemakerella Pirlot, 1936, Siboga-Expeditie, Monographs, 
33e: 264 (gender: feminine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Lysianax cubensis Stebbing, 1897) 
(Amphipoda). Op. 1639 

Sia I is Latreille, 1802, Histoire naturelle, generale et particuliere 
des Crustaces et des Insectes, vol. 3, p. 290 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Hemerobius lutarius 
Linnaeus, 1758) (Megaloptera). Op. 1596 

sibilla, Papilio, Linnaeus, 1767, Systema Naturae, Ed. 12, vol. 
1, part 2, p. 781 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1917 

sicula, Sepioteuthis, Verany, 1851, Mollusques Mediteraneens, 
part 1 (Cephalopodes de la Mediterranee), p. 75 (a senior 
subjective synonym of Chtenopteryx fimbriatus Appellof, 
1890, the type species of Chtenopteryx Appellof, 1890) 
(Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1793 

Sicus Fabricius, 1798, Supplementum Entomologiae 
Systematicae, pp. 547, 554 (a junior objective synonym of 
Coenomyia Latreille, 1796 and a junior homonym of Sicus 
Scopoli, 1763) (Diptera). Op. 1870 

Sicus Latreille, 1796, Precis des caracteres generiques des 
insectes, disposes dans un ordre nature!, p. 158 (a junior 
homonym of Sicus Scopoli, 1763) (Diptera). Op. 1870 

Sicus Scopoli, 1763, Entomologica carniolica exhibens insecta 
..., p. 369 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Conops ferrugineus Linnaeus, 
1761) (Diptera). Op. 1870 

Sidisia Gray, 1858, Proceedings of the Zoological Society of 
London, 1858: 532 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Anthozoa). Op. 1689 

siliqua, Mya, Spengler, 1793, Skrifter af Naturhistorie- 
Selskabet, 3: 48 (specific name of the type species of 
Cyrtodaria Reuss, 1801) (Bivalvia). Op. 1414 

simplex, Belopeltis, Voltz, 1840, Memoires de la Societe du 
Museum d'Histoire Naturelle de Strasbourg, 3: 23 (specific 
name of the type species of Geopeltis Regteren Altena, 
1949) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1914 

sinistratum, Cerithium, Nyst, 1835, Recherches sur les coquilles 
fossiles de la province d'Anvers, p. 28, as defined by the 
neotype designated by Glibert, 1958, Bulletin de I'lnstitut 
Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, 34(15): 10 (senior 
subjective synonym of Laiochochlis [sic] pommeraniae 
Dunker & Metzger, 1874, the type species of Laeocochlis 
Dunker & Metzger, 1874) (Gastropoda). Op. 1700 



Sinuites Koken, 1896, Die Leitfossilien, p. 393 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Bassler, 1915, U.S. National Museum Bulletin, vol. 2, p. 
1159: Bellerophon bilobatus Sowerby, 1839) (Gastropoda, 
Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

SINUITIDAE Dall, 1913, in Eastman & Zittel, Textbook of 
Palaeontology, Ed. 2, vol. 1, p. 521 (type genus: Sinuites 
Koken, 1896) (Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda). Op. 1470 

sinuosa. Rissoa, Scacchi, 1836, Catalogus conchyliorum regni 
Neapolitani, p. 15 (a junior objective synonym of the 
specific name of Turbo politus Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1780 

Siphamia Weber, 1909, Notes from the Leyden Museum, 31: 
168 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Siphamia rubifer Weber, 1909) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). 
Op. 1481 

sisymbrii, Tipula, Schrank, 1803, Fauna Boica. Durchgedachte 
Geschichte der in Baiern einheimischen und zahmen Thiere, 
vol. 3, part 1, p. 83 (specific name of the type species of 
Dasineura Rondani, 1840) (Diptera). Op. 1911 

Solpuga Lichtenstein, 1 796, Catalogus musei zoologici ditissimi 
Hamburgi, d. III. Februar 1796 auctionis lege distrahendi. 
Sectio Tertia. Continens Insecta, p. 216 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by subsequent designation by Pocock, 1897, 
Annals and Magazine of Natural History, (6)20: 255: 
Solpuga chelicornis Lichtenstein, 1796), ruled under the 
plenary power to be available despite having been published 
in a suppressed work (Solifugae). Op. 1820 

Somatodes Schonherr, 1823, his (von Oken), 1823: col. 1139, 
and all uses of the name prior to the publication of 
Somatodes Schonherr, 1840 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority 
and the Principle of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1770 

Somatodes Schonherr, 1840, Genera et species curculionidum, 
vol. 5, part 2, p. 800 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Somatodes misumenus Gyllenhal in Schonherr, 
1840) (Coleoptera). Op. 1770 

SOMATODINAE Lacordaire, 1863, Histoire naturelle des 
insectes. Genera des coleopteres. 6. Curculionides, p. 319 
(type genus: Somatodes Schonherr, 1840) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1770 

SOMATODINI Schonherr, 1823, his (von Oken), 1823: co.1. 
1139 (unavailable because the name of its type genus has 
been suppressed) (Coleoptera). Op. 1770 

sorex, Aplysia, Rang, 1828, Histoire naturelle des Aplysiens, 
premiere famille de Vordre des Tectibranches, p. 57 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1844 

Sorites Ehrenberg, [1839], Physikalische Abhandlungen der 
Koniglichen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 
1838(1840)[1839]: 134 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Nautilus orbiculus 
Forsskal, 1775) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1536 

SORITIDAE Ehrenberg, [1839], Physikalische Abhandlungen 
der Koniglichen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 
1838(1 840)[1 839]: 109 (type genus: Sorites Ehrenberg, 
[1839]) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1536 

Sparisoma Swainson, 1839, The natural history and 
classification of fishes, amphibians, and reptiles, or 
monocardian animals, vol. 2, p. 227 (gender: neuter) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Scarus 
chrysopterus Bloch & Schneider. 1801) (Osteichthyes, 
Perciformes). Op. 1945 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Spartycerus Motschulsky, 1837, Bulletin de la Societe 
Imperiaie des N'aturalistes de Moscou, 1837(5): 100 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1 397 

speciosa, Acanthoteuthis, Munster, 1839, in Miinster, G. Graf 
zu (Ed.), Beitrdge zur Petrefacten-Kunde, part 1, p. 94 
(specific name of the type species of Acanthoteuthis Wagner 
in Munster, 1839) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). Op. 1860 

spengleri, Nautilus, Gmelin, 1791, Sy sterna Naturae Linnei, 
Ed. 13, vol. 1(6), p. 3371 (specific name of the type species 
of Calcarina d'Orbigny, 1826) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1569 

Sphaerillo Verhoeff, 1926, Nova Caledonia, Zoologie, 4(2): 250 
(an unjustified emendation of Spherillo Dana, 1852) 
(Isopoda). Op. 1951 

SPHAERIUSIDAE Erichson, 1845, Naturgeschichte der 
Insecten Deutschlands, 3: 38 (type genus: Sphaerius Waltl, 
1838), spelling emended from SPHAERIIDAE by the 
ruling under the plenary power that for the purposes of 
Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic name 
Sphaerius Waltl, 1838 is SPHAERIUS- (Coleoptera). Op. 
1957 

Sphaerocera Latreille, 1804, Nouveau dictionnaire d'histoire 
naturelle, vol. 24, p. 197 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
subsequent monotypy by Latreille, 1805, Histoire naturelle. 
generate et particuliere des crustaces et des insectes, vol. 14, 
p. 394: Sphaerocera curvipes Latreille, 1805) (Diptera). Op. 
1863 

Sphaerogaster Zetterstedt, 1842, Diptera Scandinaviae. 
Disposita et descripta, vol. 1, p. 233 (a junior homonym of 
Sphaerogaster Sturm, 1826) (Diptera). Op. 1545 

Sphaeroma Bosc, 1802, Histoire naturelle des Crustaces, 
contenant leur description et lews moeurs, 2: 182 (gender: 
neuter) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Latreille, 1810, Considerations generates sur Vordre nature! 
des animaux composant les classes des Crustaces, des 
Arachnides, et des Insectes; avec un tableau methodique de 
leurs genres, disposes en families, p. 423: Oniscus serratus 
Fabricius, 1787) (Isopoda). Op. 1574 

SPHAEROMATIDAE Latreille, 1825, Families naturelles du 
regne animal, exposees succinctement et dans un ordre 
analytique, avec Vindication de leurs genres, p. 294, 
correction by Dahl, 1916, Die Asseln oder Isopoden 
Deutschlands, p. 28, of SPHAEROMIDES (type genus: 
Sphaeroma Bosc, 1802) (Isopoda). Op. 1574 

Sphecodes Latreille, 1804, Tableau methodique des insectes. 
Pp. 129-200 in: Nouveau Dictionnaire d' Histoire Naturelle, 
vol. 24 (Caracteres et Tables), p. 182 (gender: masculine) 
(type species, by monotypy: Sphex gibba Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

SPHECODIDAE Schenck, [1869], Beschreiben der 
nassauischen Bienen, zweiter Nachtrag ..., p. 316 (type 
genus: Sphecodes Latreille, 1804), ruled under the plenary 
power that this name and other family-group names based 
on Sphecodes are not to be given priority over 
HALICTIDAE Thomson, 1869 and other family-group 
names based on Halictus Latreille, 1804 whenever their 
type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

sphenocephala, Rana halecina, Cope, 1886, Proceedings of the 
American Philosophical Society, 23: 517, ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over the specific 
name of Rana utricularius Harlan, 1826 whenever the two 
names are considered to be synonyms (Amphibia, Anura). 
Op. 1685 



sphenurus, Apogon, Klunzinger, 1884. Fische des Rot hen 
Meeres, p. 20 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes. Perciformes). 
Op. 1564 

Spherillo Dana. 1852. American Journal of Science and Arts, 
(2)14: 301 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Spherillo vitiensis Dana. 1853) 
(Isopoda). Op. 1951 

SPHINDIDAE Jacquelin du Val. [1861], Manuel 
entomologique. Genera des coleopteres d' Europe, comprenanl 
leur classification en families naturelles, la description de ions 
les genres .... vol. 3, p. 224 (type genus: Sphindus Megerle in 
Dejean, 1821), ruled under the plenary power that this 
name and other family-group names based on Sphindus are 
to be given precedence over ASPIDIPHORIDAE 
Kiesenwetter, 1877 (1859) and other family-group names 
based on Aspidiphorus Ziegler in Dejean, 1821 whenever 
their type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1862 

Sphindus Megerle in Dejean, 1821, Catalogue de la collection 
de coleopteres de M. le Baron Dejean, p. 102 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Nitidula dubia 
Gyllenhal, 1808) (Coleoptera). Op. 1862 

spinacipellitum, Scylliuml, Vaillant, 1888, in: Masson (Ed.), 
Expeditions scientifiques du Travailleur et du Talisman 
pendant les annees 1880-83, p. 60 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Chondrichthyes, Carcharhiniformes). Op. 1732 

spinicauda, Sipunculus ( Phymosomwn ) , De Quatrefages, 1865. 
Histoire Naturelle des Anneles marins et d'eau douce. 
Annelides et Gephyriens, p. 621 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Sipuncula). Op. 1532 

spinosum, Astacoderma, Harley, 1861, Quarterly Journal of the 
Geological Society of London, 17: 550 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Conodonta). Op. 1580 

Spiroglyphus Daudin, 1800, Recueil de memoires et de notes sur 
des especes inedites on peu connues de Mollusques. de Vers, et 
de Zoophytes, p. 39 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1425 

spirulaeformis, Stoa, De Serres, 1855, Annates des Sciences 
Naturelles, Paris. Zoologie, (4)4: 241 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1425 

splendens, Cynolebias, Myers. 1942. Stanford Ichthyological 

Bulletin, 2(4): 110 (Osteichthyes, Cyprinodontiformes). Op. 
1762 

splendidus, Tachinus, Gravenhorst, 1806. Monographia 
coleopterorum micropterorum, p. 24 (specific name of the 
type species of Ischnosoma Stephens, 1829) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1726 

Spongelia Nardo, 1834, Isis (von Oken), 1834: col. 714 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Porifera, Keratosa). Op. 1550 

sprengerae, Iodotropheus, Oliver & Loiselle, 1972, Revue de 
Zoologie et de Botanique Africaines, 85(3-4): 310, as defined 
by the neotype (the male specimen PSU 2721 in the Fish 
Museum, Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A.) designated 
under the plenary power (specific name of the type species 
of Iodotropheus Oliver & Loiselle, 1972) (Osteichthyes, 
Perciformes). Op. 1871 



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77 



squama tu. Asterias, Delle Chiaje, 1828, Memorie sulla storia e 
notomia degli animali senza vertebre del Regno di Napoli, 
vol. 3, p. 77 (Ophiuroidea). Op. 1560 

squammosa, Virgulina, d'Orbigny, 1826, Annates des Sciences 
Natwelles, 7: 267, as defined by the neotype (specimen no. 
P 52796 in the Micropalaeontology Collections of the 
Natural History Museum, London) designated by Revets, 
1995, Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 52: 176 (specific 
name of the type species of Fursenkoina Loeblich & 
Tappan, 1961) (Foraminiferida). Op. 1834 

stagnata, Phalaena, Donovan, 1806, Natural History of British 
Insects, vol. 11, p. 10 (specific name of the type species of 
Nymphula Schrank, 1802) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1406 

STELIDIDAE Schenck, 1860, Stettiner Entomologische 
Zeitung, 21: 141 (type genus: Stelis Panzer, 1806), ruled 
under the plenary power that this name and other family- 
group names based on Stelis are not to be given priority 
over ANTHIDIIDAE Ashmead, 1899 and other family- 
group names based on Anthidium Fabricius, 1 804 whenever 
their type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

Stelis Panzer, 1806, Kritische Revision der Insektenfaune 
Deutschlands ..., vol. 2, p. 246 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Apis aterrima Panzer, 1798, a junior 
homonym of Apis aterrima Christ, 1791 and a subjective 
synonym of Apis punctulatissima Kirby, 1802) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

stellata, Calcarina, Ferussac, 1827, Bulletin des Sciences 
Naturelles et de Geologie, 10: 182 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Foraminiferida). Op. 1464 

Stenella Gray, 1866, Proceedings of the Zoological Society of 
London, 1866: 213 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Steno attenuatus Gray, 1846) (Mammalia, 
Cetacea). Op. 1660 

Stenocorus Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1, p. 221 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Leptura meridiana Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1754 

Stenops Illiger, 1811, Prodromus systematis Mammalium et 
Avium ..., p. 73 (a junior objective synonym of Loris E. 
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1796) (Mammalia, Primates). Op. 
1922 

Stenorhynchus Smith, 1849, Illustrations of the zoology of 
South Africa ... Reptilia, Appendix, pp. 23-24 (a junior 
homonym of Stenorhynchus Hemrich, 1820) (Amphibia, 
Anura). Op. 1921 

stepheni, Tychius, Schonherr, 1836, Genera et species 
Curculionidum, cum synonymia, vol. 3, part 1, p. 412 (an 
incorrect original spelling of Tychius stephensi) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1387 

stephensi, Tychius, Schonherr, 1836, Genera et species 
Curculionidum, cum synonymia, vol. 3, part 1, p. 412, 
correct original spelling of Tychius stepheni, as defined by 
the lectotype designated by Clark, 1971, Brigham Young 
University Science Bulletin, 13(3): 10 (Coleoptera). Op. 
1387 

stephensoni, Physcosoma, Stephen, 1942, Annals of the Natal 
Museum, 10(2): 250 (Sipuncula). Op. 1532 

STERNOTHAERINA Bell, 1825, Zoological Journal, 2: 302, 
unavailable since the type genus is suppressed under the 
plenary power (type genus: Sternothaerus Bell, 1825) 
(Reptilia, Testudines). Op. 1534 



Sternothaerus Bell, 1825, Zoological Journal, 2: 305 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Reptilia, Testudines). Op. 1534 

Sternotherus Gray, 1825, Annals of Philosophy, (2)10: 211 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Stejneger, 1902, Proceedings of the 
Biological Society of Washington, 15: 237: Testudo odorata 
Latreille, 1801) (Reptilia, Testudines). Op. 1534 

stewarti, Cetiosauriscus, Charig, 1980, in Jacobs (Ed.), Aspects 
of vertebrate history: essays in honor of Edwin Harris 
Colbert, p. 242 (specific name of the type species of 
Cetiosauriscus Huene, 1927) (Reptilia, Sauropodomorpha). 
Op. 1801 

Stictostroma Parks, 1936, University of Toronto Studies, 
Geological Series, 39: 77 (gender: neuter) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Stictostroma 
gorriense Stearn, 1995), the generic name ruled under the 
plenary power to be available despite the lack of a validly 
fixed type species at the time of publication (Stromato- 
poroidea). Op. 1843 

stigmatosoma, Culex, Dyar, 1907, Proceedings of the United 
States National Museum, 32(1516): 121 (Diptera). Op. 1644 

Stilpon Loew, 1859, Programm der Koniglichen Realschule zu 
Meseritz, 1859: 35 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Loew, 1864, Zeitschrift fur 
Entomologie (Breslau), 14(for 1860): 5: Tachydromia 
graminum Fallen, 1815) (Diptera). Op. 1881 

Stoa De Serres, 1855, Annales des Sciences Naturelles, Paris. 
Zoologie, (4)4: 238 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1425 

stollii, Zaitha, Amyot & Serville, 1843, Histoire naturelle des 
insectes. Hemipteres, p. 40 (Heteroptera). Op. 1850 

Streptograptus Yin, 1937, Bulletin of the Geological Society of 
China, 16: 297 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Graptolithus 
plumosus Baily, 1871) (Graptolithina). Op. 1714 

striatulus, Staphylinus, Fabricius, 1792, Entomologia 
systematica emendata et aucta ..., vol. 1, part 2, p. 525 
(specific name of the type species of Coprophilus Latreille, 
1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1722 

striatum, Omalium, Gravenhorst, 1802, Coleoptera microptera 
Brunsvicensia nee non exoticorum quotquot exstant in 
collectionibus entomologorum Brunsvicensium in genera, 
familiae et species distribuit, p. 119 (specific name of the 
type species of Acrolocha Thomson, 1858) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1722 

striatus, Drepanites, Benett, 1831, A catalogue of the organic 
remains of the County of Wilts., p. 3, pi. 16 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea). Op. 1609 

Strombiformis Da Costa, 1778, Historia naturalis testaceorum 
Britanniae or, the British conchology ..., p. 107 (suppressed 
under the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle 
of Priority but not for those of the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1718 

Strongylocassis Hincks, 1950, Annals and Magazine of Natural 
History, (12)3: 511 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Cassida atripes Le 
Conte, 1859), replacement name for Strongylaspis Spaeth, 
1936 (Coleoptera). Op. 1453 

Strongylogaster Dahlbom, 1835, Conspectus Tenthredinidum, 
Siricidum et Oryssinorum Scandinaviae, quas Hymenop- 
terorum familias, pp. 4, 13 (gender: feminine) (type species, 
by designation under the plenary power: Tenthredo 
multifasciata Geoffroy in Fourcroy, 1785) (Hymenoptera). 
Op. 1953 



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Strongylopus Tschudi, 1838, Memoires de la Societe des 
Sciences Naturelles de Neuchdtel, 2: 38, 78-79, issued in the 
serial in [1839] but published as a separate in 1838 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Rana fasciata Smith, 1849) (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 
1920 

Strophomena de Blainville, 1824, Dictionnaire des Sciences 
Naturelles, Ed. 2, vol. 32, p. 302 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Leptaena 
planumbona Hall, 1847) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1671 

studeri, Halianassa, von Meyer, 1838, Neues Jahrbuch fur 
Mineralogie, Geologie und Paldontologie, 1838: 667, as 
defined by the neotype (the fossil premolar from Flonheim, 
Germany, bearing the number Az 48 in the Hessisches 
Landesmuseum, Darmstadt, the holotype of Pugmeodon 
schinzii Kaup, 1838) designated under the plenary power (a 
junior objective synonym of the specific name of Pugmeo- 
don schinzii Kaup, 1838) (Mammalia, Sirenia). Op. 1535 

STYLEPHORIDAE Swainson, 1839, On the natural history 
and classification of fishes, amphibians and reptiles or 
monocardian animals, vol. 2, p. 47 (type genus: Stylephorus 
Shaw, 1791) (Osteichthyes, Saccopharyngiformes). Op. 1603 

Stylephorus Shaw, 1791, Philosophical Transactions of the 
Royal Society of London, 1: 90 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Stylephorus chordatus Shaw, 1791), it 
being ruled under the plenary power that Saccopharynx 
Mitchill, 1824 is deemed to be the name of a then new 
nominal genus, and not a replacement name for 
Stylephorus Shaw, 1791 (Osteichthyes, Saccopharyngi- 
formes). Op. 1603 

styliferus, Palaemon, H. Milne Edwards, 1840, Histoire 
Naturelle des Crustaces, vol. 3, p. 638 (Crustacea, 
Decapoda). Op. 1576 

Styloptocuma Bacescu & Muradian, 1974, Revue Roumaine de 
Biologie, 19: 74 (gender: neuter) (type species, ruled under 
the plenary power to be by original designation: Stylop- 
tocuma antipai Bacescu & Muradian, 1974) (Cumacea). Op. 
1769 

submetaUicum, Camptopoeum, Spinola, 1851, in Gay, Historia 
Fisicay Politico de Chile, vol. 6, p. 198 (specific name of the 
type species of Acamptopoeum Cockerell, 1905) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1759 

subnigra, Testudo, Bonnaterre, 1790, Tableau encyclopedique et 
methodique des trois regnes de la nature; erpetologie, p. 30 
(specific name of the type species of Pelusios Wagler, 1830) 
(Reptilia, Testudines). Op. 1 534 

subspinosa, Crioceris, Fabricius, 1781, Species Insectorum, vol. 
1, p. 155 (specific name of the type species of Zeugophora 
Kunze, 1818) (Coleoptera). Op. 1382 

subsultans, Musca, Linnaeus, 1767, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 12, 
vol. 1, part 2, p. 993 (Diptera). Op.' 1863 

subsultans, Syrphus, Fabricius, 1794, Entomologia systematica 
emendata et aucta ..., vol. 4, p. 304 (senior subjective 
synonym of Mosillus arcuatus Latreille, 1805, the type 
species of Mosillus Latreille, 1 804, and the specific name of 
the type species of Gymnomyza Fallen, 1810) (Diptera). Op. 
1748 

succincta, Apis, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 576 (specific name of the type species of Colletes 
Latreille, 1802) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1713 

Suchonella Spizharsky, 1937, Trudy Tsentral'nogo Nauchno- 
Issledovatel 'skogo Geologo-Razvedochnogo Instituta 
[Transactions of the Central Geological Prospecting 
Institute], 97: 159 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Suchonella typica 
Spizharsky, 1939) (Ostracoda). Op. 1915 

sulcatus, Taeniolabis, Cope, 1882, American Naturalist, 16: 604 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Mammalia, Multituberculata). Op. 1516 



superbus, Dorylaimus, de Man. 1880, Tijdschrift der 
Nederlandsche Dierkundige Vereeniging. 5: 79. as defined by 
the female lectotype from Katwijk. The Netherlands 
(catalogue no. V.As 253 in the Zoological Museum. 
Instituut voor Taxonomische Zoologie, Amsterdam), 
designated by Loof, 1961, Beaufortia, 8: 237 (specific name 
of the type species of Aporcelaimus Thorne & Swanger. 
1936) (Nematoda). Op. 1904 

Surnia Dumeril, 1806, Zoologie analytique, p. 34 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent monotypy by 
Froriep, 1806, C Dumeril s analytische Zoologie aus dem 
franzosischen mil Zusatzen, p. 35: Strix hudsonia Gmelin. 
1788, of which the valid name at the time of the 
Commission's ruling was Strix caparoch Miiller, 1766) 
(Aves). Direction 122 

Susu Lesson, 1828, Histoire Naturelle generate et particuliire 
des Mammiferes et des Oiseaux decouverts depuis 1788 
jusqu'd nos jours, vol. 1, p. 212 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Mammalia, Cetacea). Op. 1565 

sylvanus, Papilio, Drury, 1773, Illustrations of natural history; 
wherein are exhibited ... figures of exotic insects, vol. 2, p. 5 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1944 

sylvanus, Papilio, Esper, 1777, Die Schmetterlinge in 
Abbildungen nach der Natur mil Beschreibungen, Theil 1 
(Europaische Gattungen), pi. 36, suppl. 12, fig. 1, ruled 
under the plenary power not to be invalid by reason of 
being a junior primary homonym of Papilio sylvanus 
Drury, 1773 (Lepidoptera). Op. 1944 

sylvarum, Musca, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10. 
vol. 1, p. 592 (specific name of the type species of Xylota 
Meigen, 1822) (Diptera). Op. 1747 

symphyti, Longitarsus, Heikertinger, 1912. Entomologische 
Bldtter, 8(3): 69 (Coleoptera). Op. 1656 

Synapturanus Carvalho, 1954, Occasional Papers of the 

Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan. 555: 17 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Synapturanus mirandaribeiroi Nelson & 
Lescure, 1975) (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1513 

Tachina Meigen, 1803, Magazin fur Insektenkunde (Iiliger), 
2: 280 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Brauer, 1893, Verhandlungen der kaiserlich- 
koniglichen zoologisch-botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien, 
43: 489: Musca grossa Linnaeus, 1758) (Diptera). Op. 
1743 

TACHINIDAE Fleming, 1821, in: Supplement to the fourth, 
fifth and sixth editions of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 
5, p. 49, spelling emended to TACHINUSIDAE following 
the ruling under the plenary power that for the purposes of 
Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic name 
Tachinus Gravenhorst, 1802 is TACHINUS- (Coieoptera). 
Op. 1743 

TACHINIDAE Robineau-Desvoidy. 1830. Memoires presentes 
par divers savants a I ' Academie Royale des Sciences de 
ITnstitut de France, (2)2: 185 (type genus: Tachina Meigen, 
1803) (Diptera). Op. 1743 

Tachinus Gravenhorst, 1802, Coleoptera microptera Bruns- 
vicensia ..., p. 134 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Latreille, 1810, Considerations 
generates sur I'ordre naturel des animaux composants les 
classes des crustaces, des arachmdes, et des insectes .... p. 
427: Staphylinus ruflpes Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 
1743 



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79 



TACHINUSIDAE Fleming, 1821, in: Supplement to the 
fourth, fifth and sixth editions of the Encyclopaedia 
Britannica, vol. 5, p. 49 (type genus: Tachinus Gravenhorst, 
1802), spelling emended from TACHINIDAE by the ruling 
under the plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 
of the Code the stem of the generic name Tachinus 
Gravenhorst, 1802 is TACHINUS-, ruled under the plenary 
power that this name and other family-group names based 
on Tachinus are not to be given priority over 
TACHYPORIDAE MacLeay, 1825 and other family-group 
names based on Tachyporus Gravenhorst, 1802 whenever 
their type genera are placed in the same family-group taxon 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1743 

TACHYPORIDAE MacLeay, 1825, Annulosa Javanica, no. 1, 
p. 49 (type genus: Tachyporus Gravenhorst, 1802), ruled 
under the plenary power that this name and other family- 
group names based on Tachyporus are to be given 
precedence over TACHINUSIDAE Fleming, 1821 and 
other family-group names based on Tachinus Gravenhorst, 
1802 whenever their type genera are placed in the same 
family-group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1743 

Tachyporus Gravenhorst, 1802, Coleoptera microptera 
Brunsvicensia ..., p. 124 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by subsequent designation by Latreille, 1810, 
Considerations generates sur I'ordre naturel des animaux 
composants les classes des crustaces, des arachnides, et des 
insectes ..., p. 427: Staphylinus chrysomelinus Linnaeus, 
1758) (Coleoptera). Op. 1743 

Tachys Dejean, 1821, Catalogue de la collection de Coleopteres 
de M. le Baron Dejean, p. 16 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Tachys 
scutellaris Stephens, 1828) (Coleoptera). Op. 1598 

taenia, Cobitis, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 303 (specific name of the type species of Cobitis 
Linnaeus, 1758) (Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1500 

Taeniolabis Cope, 1882, American Naturalist, 16: 604 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Polymastodon taoensis Cope, 1882) (Mammalia, 
Multituberculata). Op. 1516 

taierensis, Chelifer, With, 1907, Journal of the Linnean Society, 
Zoology, 30: 55 (specific name of the type species of 
Thalassochernes Beier, 1940) (Arachnida, Pseudo- 
scorpionida). Op. 1667 

talpa, Madrepora, Houttuyn, 1772, Natuurlyke Historie of 
Uitvoerige Beschryving der Dieren, Planten en Mineraalen, 
vol. 1, part 17, p. 116 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Anthozoa). Op. 
1573 

talpina, Fungia, Lamarck, 1801, Systeme des animaux sans 
vertebres, p. 370 (Anthozoa). Op. 1573 

tanaceti, Chrysomela, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 369 (specific name of the type species of 
Galeruca Geoffroy, 1762) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Taningia Joubin, 1931, Annates de I'Institut Oceanographique, 
10: 181 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Taningia danae Joubin, 1931) (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea). 
Op. 1768 

tantilla, Pupa, Gould, 1847, Proceedings of the Boston Society 
of Natural History, 2: 197 (specific name of the type 
species of Nesopupa Pilsbry, 1900) (Gastropoda). Op. 1823 

taoensis, Polymastodon, Cope, 1882, American Naturalist, 16: 
684 (specific name of the type species of Taeniolabis Cope, 
1882) (Mammalia, Multituberculata). Op. 1516 



Tapirus Brisson, 1762, Regnum Animate in classes IX 
distributum, sive synopsis methodica, Ed. 2, pp. 12, 81 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Hippopotamus terrestris Linnaeus, 1758), 
ruled under the plenary power to be taken as first available 
from Brisson, 1762, despite that being a work rejected for 
nomenclatural purposes (Mammalia, Perissodactyla). Op. 
1894 

Tardigradus Boddaert, 1785, Elenchus Animalium, vol. 1 
(Sistens Quadrupedia), pp. 43, 67 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Mammalia, Primates). Op. 1922 

tardigradus, Lemur, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 29, as defined by the lectotype (specimen no. 
NRM 532011 in the Swedish Museum of Natural History, 
Stockholm) designated by Gentry, Groves & Jenkins, 1998, 
Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 55: 119 (specific name 
of the type species of Loris E. Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 
1796) (Mammalia, Primates). Op. 1922 

tarsatus, Hydroporus, Laporte, 1835, Etudes entomologiques, 
part 1 (Carnassiers), p. 106 (specific name of the type 
species of VateUus Aube, [1837]) (Coleoptera). Op. 1681 

Tatu Blumenbach, 1779, Handbuch der Naturgeschichte, p. 74 
(a junior objective synonym of Dasypus Linnaeus, 1758) 
(Mammalia, Xenarthra). Op. 1926 

taurus, Carcharias, Rafinesque, 1810, Carat teri di alcuni nuovi 
generi e nuove specie di Animali e Piante delta Sicitia con 
varie osservazioni sopra i medesimi, p. 10 (specific name of 
the type species of Carcharias Rafinesque, 1810) 
(Chondrichthyes, Lamniformes). Op. 1459 

Taxonus Hartig, 1837, Die Aderfiiigler Deutschlands mit 
besonderer Beriicksichtigung Hires Larvenzustandes und ihres 
Wirkens in Wdldern und Garten fur Entomologen, Wald- und 
Gartenbesitzer ..., vol. 1, p. 297 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, ruled under the plenary power to be by subsequent 
designation by Rohwer, 1911, U.S. Department of 
Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Technical Series, 20(2): 
90: Tenthredo (Allantus) nitida Klug, 1817, a junior 
subjective synonym of Tenthredo agrorum Fallen, 1808) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1963 

Taxus Cuvier & Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1795, Magazin 
Encyclopedique, 2: 184, 187 (a junior objective synonym of 
Meles Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia, Carnivora). Op. 1894 

tcheric, Motacilla, Wilkes, 1817, Encyclopaedia Londinensis, 
vol. 16, p. 94 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves). Op. 1859 

Temnorhynchus Hope, 1837, The coleopterist's manual, 
containing the lamellicorn insects of Linneus and Fabricius, 
p. 47 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy of the 
replaced nominal genus Coptorhinus Dejean, 1833: 
Scarabaeus retusus Fabricius, 1781) (Coleoptera). Op. 1838 

tenax, Musca, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 591 (specific name of the type species of Eristalis 
Latreille, 1804) (Diptera). Op. 1747 

tentaculata, Caecilia, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 
10, vol. 1, p. 229 (specific name of the type species of 
Caecilia Linnaeus, 1758) (Amphibia, Gymnophiona). Op. 
1462 

tenuissima, Clymenia, Orsted, 1844, De regionibus marinis. 
Elementa topographiae historiconaturalis, Freii Oresund. 
[Dissertation], p. 79 (suppressed under the plenary power 
for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for 
those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Polychaeta). Op. 
1636 



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Terebratula Miiller, 1 776, Zoologiae Danicae prodromus sen 
animalium Daniae et Norvegiae indigenarum characteres, 
nomina, et synonyma imprimis popularium, p. 249 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Anomia terebratula Linnaeus, 1758) (Brachiopoda). 
Op. 1959 

terebratula, Anomia, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 703, as defined by the neotype (catalogue no. 
BM(NH) BG152 in the Natural History Museum, London) 
designated by Lee & Brunton, 1998, Bulletin of Zoological 
Nomenclature, 55: 222 (specific name of the type species of 
Terebratula Muller, 1776) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1959 

ternatensis, Heliases, Bleeker, 1856, Natuurkundig Tijdschrift 
voor Nederlandsch-Indie, 10: 377 (Osteichthyes, 
Perciformes). Op. 1563 

terraenovae, Phormia, Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830, Memoires 
presentes par divers savants a I'Academie Royale des 
Sciences de I'lnstitut de France, 2: 467 (specific name of the 
type species of Protophormia Townsend, 1908) (Diptera). 
Op. 1618 

terrestris, Hippopotamus, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, 
Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 74 (specific name of the type species of 
Tapirus Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia, Perissodactyla). Op. 
1894 

terricola, Rhabditis, Dujardin, [1844], Histoire naturelle des 
Helminthes, p. 340 (specific name of the type species of 
Rhabditis Dujardin, [1844]) (Nematoda). Direction 120 

testudinarius, Pleurobranchus, Cantraine, 1835, Bulletins de 
I'Academie Royale des Sciences et Belles-Lettres de 
Bruxelles, 2: 385 (Gastropoda). Op. 1767 

tetrataenia, Eutaenia sirtalis, Cope in Yarrow, 1875, Report 
upon geographical and geological explorations and surveys 
west of the one hundredth meridian, vol. 5 (Zoology), part 4, 
p. 546, as defined by the lectotype (USNM 21384 in the 
United States National Museum, Washington, D.C.) 
designated by Fitch, 1941, American Midland Naturalist, 
26(3): 581, 585 (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1961 

Tetropium Kirby, 1837, in Richardson, Fauna Boreali- 
Americana, part 4, p. 174 (gender: neuter) (type species, by 
subsequent designation by Thomson, 1864, Memoires de la 
Societe Royale des Sciences de Liege, 19: 266: Tetropium 
cinnamopterum Kirby, 1837) (Coleoptera). Op. 1473 

Teuthras Stal, 1874, Recensio Orthopterorum. Revue critique 
des Orthopteres decrits par Linne, De Geer et Thunberg, vol. 
2, p. 102 (a junior objective synonym of Phisis Stal, 1861, 
the Commission having confirmed that Listroscelis 
pectinata Guerin, 1831 is the type species of both nominal 
genera) (Orthoptera, Grylloptera). Op. 1490 

texense, Homoeomma, Simon, 1892, Actes de la Societe 
Linneenne de Bordeaux, (5)4: 320 (specific name of the type 
species of Rhechostica Simon, 1892) (Arachnida, Araneae). 
Op. 1637 

Thalassochernes Beier, 1940, Zoologische Jahrbiicher. Abteilung 
fur Systematik, Okologie und Geographie der Tiere, 74: 182 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Chelifer taierensis With, 1907) (Arachnida, 
Pseudoscorpionida). Op. 1667 

Thaumaleus Kroyer, 1849, Naturhistorisk Tidsskrift, Ny 
Haefte, 2(6): 604 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Thaumatoessa typica Kroyer in Gaimard, 
[1842]) (Copepoda). Op. 1869 

Thaumastolemur Filhol, 1895, Bulletin du Museum National 
d' Histoire Naturelle, 1(1): 13 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Mammalia, 
Primates). Op. 1737 



Thaumatoessa Heine. 1863, Journal fur Omithologie, 11(63): 
209-210 (a junior objective synonym of Loddigesia Gould 
in Bonaparte. 1849 and a junior homonym of 
Thaumatoessa Kroyer in Gaimard. [1842]) (Aves). Op. 1869 

Thaumatoessa Kroyer in Gaimard. [1842], Atlas de zoologie ..., 
pi. 42. figs. 4a-e (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Copepoda). Op. 1869 

Thermophilus Fitzinger. 1843. Systema Reptilium .... p. 21 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Reptilia. Sauria). Op. 1422 

thompsoni, Thaumantias, Forbes. 1841. Annals and Magazine 
of Natural History, (1)7: 84 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Hydrozoa). Op. 
1465 

Thorius Cope, 1869 (May), American Naturalist. 3(4): 222 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Thorius 
pennatribus Cope, 1869 (May) = pennatulus Cope. 1869 
(June)) (Amphibia, Caudata). Op. 1605 

Threskiornis Gray, 1 842, Appendix to a list of the genera of 
birds, p. 13 (gender: masculine) (type species, by original 
designation: Tantalus aethiopicus Latham. 1790) (Aves, 
Ciconiiformes). Op. 1674 

THRESKIORNITHIDAE Poche, 1904, Zoologischer 

Anzeiger, 27: 498 (type genus: Threskiornis Gray, 1842). 
ruled under the plenary power that this name and other 
family-group names based on Threskiornis are to be given 
precedence over PLATALEIDAE Bonaparte, 1838 and 
EUDOCIMIDAE Bonaparte, 1854 and other family-group 
names based on Platalea Linnaeus, 1758 and Eudocimus 
Wagler, 1832 whenever their type genera are placed in the 
same family-group taxon, or on any other family-group 
name whose type genus is placed in the same family-group 
taxon as Threskiornis (Aves, Ciconiiformes). Op. 1674 

thriambus, Culex, Dyar, 1921, Insecutor Inscitiae Menstruus, 9: 
33 (Diptera). Op. 1644 

Thyene Simon, 1885, Bulletin de la Societe Zoologique de 
France, 10: 4 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Atrus imperial is Rossi, 1847), ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over Mithion Simon. 
1884 whenever the two names are considered to be 
synonyms (Arachnida. Araneae). Op. 1625 

Thylacites Germar, 1817, Magazin der Entomologie, 2: 341 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1440 

THYLACITINAE Kirby, 1837, Fauna Boreali-Americana .... 
vol. 4, p. 207 (invalid because the name of its type genus 
Thylacites Germar, 1817 has been suppressed under the 
plenary power) (Coleoptera). Op. 1440 

thyroidus, Helix, Say, 1817. Journal of the Academy of Natural 
Sciences of Philadelphia, 1(6): 123 (specific name of the 
type species of Mesodon Ferussac. 1821 ) (Gastropoda). Op. 
1691 

Tinoporus de Montfort, 1808. Conchyliologie systematique et 
classification methodique des coquilles. Coquilles univalves, 
cloisonnees, vol. 1, p. 147 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Foraminiferida). 
Op. 1569 

tipularius, Cimex, Linnaeus, 1758, Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, 
vol. 1, p. 451 (specific name of the type species of Neides 
Latreille. 1802) (Heteroptera). Op. 1504 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



<\ 



Tokophrya Biitschli, 1889, in Bronn, Klassen und Ordnungen 
des Thier-Reichs, Band 1 (Protozoa), p. 1928 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Curds, 1985, Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural 
History), Zoology, 49: 169: Podophrya quadripartita 
Claparede & Lachmann, 1859) (Ciliophora, Suctoria). Op. 
1778 

tolteca, Stenoderma, Saussure, 1860, Revue et Magasin de 
Zoologie Pure et Appliquee, (2)12: 427, as defined by the 
holotype (specimen MHNG no. 516.13 in the Museum 
d"Histoire Naturelle de Geneve), the neotype designation 
by Davis, 1969, Southwestern Naturalist, 14(1): 26, having 
been set aside by the ruling of the Commission 
(Mammalia, Chiroptera). Op. 1446 

tomentosus, Curculio, Herbst, 1795, Natursystem aller 
bekannten in- und auslandischen Insekten ... Die Kdfer, vol. 
6, p. 278 (a junior primary homonym of Curculio 
tomentosus Olivier, 1790) (Coleoptera). Op. 1387 

Tomiopsis Benediktova, 1956, Voprosy Geologii Kuzbassa, I, 
Material}' Vtorogo Soveshchaniya po Stratigrafii 
Uglenosnykh Otlozhenii, p. 169 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by original designation: Brachythyris kumpani 
Yanischevsky, 1935) (Brachiopoda, Spiriferida). Op. 1395 

Tomiopsis Cope, 1893, Proceedings of the American 
Philosophical Society, 31(142): 317-318, and all uses of the 
name prior to the publication of Tomiopsis Benediktova, 
1956 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Mammalia). Op. 1395 

topeka, Cliola (Hybopsis), Gilbert, 1884, Bulletin of the 
Washburn College Laboratory of Natural History, 1(1): 13 
(Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). Op. 1821 

toreuma, Glyptagnostus, Whitehouse, 1936, Memoirs of the 
Queensland Museum, 11: 102 (specific name of the type 
species of Glyptagnostus Whitehouse, 1936) (Trilobita). Op. 
1701 

Tornatellina Pfeiffer, 1842, Symbolae ad historiam heliceorum, 
part 2, p. 5 (gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent 
designation by Gray, 1847, Proceedings of the Zoological 
Society of London, 1847, p. 125: Tornatellina clausa Pfeiffer, 
1842, a junior subjective synonym of Clausilia (Strobilis) 
bilamellatus Anton, 1839) (Gastropoda). Direction 119 

Tortaxis Pilsbry, 1906, in: Tryon, Manual of Conchology, ser. 2, 
vol. 18 (Pulmonata), p. 5 (gender: masculine) (type species, 
by original designation: Achatina erecta Benson, 1842) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1766 

Trachelocerca Ehrenberg, [1834], Abhandlungen der 
Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 1833: 
316, issued in the serial in 1835 but published as a separate 
in 1834, and all uses of that name prior to the publication 
of Trachelocerca Ehrenberg, 1840 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of both the Principle of 
Priority and the Principle of Homonymy) (Ciliophora). Op. 
1923 

Trachelocerca Ehrenberg, 1840, Monatsberichte und 
Verhandlungen der Koniglichen Preussischen Akademie der 
Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 1840: 202 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Vibrio sagitta Muller, 1786) 
(Ciliophora). Op. 1923 

Tragulus Boddaert, 1785, Elenchus Animalium, vol. 1 (Sistens 
Quadrupedia), pp. 49, 131 (a junior homonym of Tragulus 
Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 1894 

Tragulus Brisson, 1762, Regnum Animate in classes IX 
distributum, sive synopsis methodica, Ed. 2, pp. 12, 65 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by designation under the 
plenary power: Cervus javanicus Osbeck, 1765), ruled under 
the plenary power to be taken as first available from Brisson, 
1762, despite that being a work rejected for nomenclatural 
purposes (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Op. 1894 



Tragulus Pallas, 1767, Spicilegia Zoologica, fasc. 1, p. 6 (a 
junior homonym of Tragulus Brisson, 1762) (Mammalia, 
Artiodactyla). Op. 1894 

transversa, Corisa, Fieber, 1848, Bulletin de la Societe 
Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou, 21(1): 520 (specific 
name of the type species of Parasigara Poisson, 1957) 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1555 

Trapecia Berthold, 1827, Latreille's naturliche Familien des 
Thierreichs aus dem Franzosischen mit Anmerkungen und 
Zusdtzen, p. 255 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Crustacea, Decapoda). 
Op. 1614 

Trapezia Latreille, 1828, Encyclopedic methodique d'Histoire 
naturelle (Insectes), vol. 10, p. 695 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by H. Milne Edwards, 
1842, vol. 18 - Les Crustaces, in Cuvier, Le Regne Animal, 
Disciples Edition, pi. 14: Trapezia dentifrons Latreille, 1828, 
a junior subjective synonym of Cancer cymodoce Herbst. 
1801) (Crustacea, Decapoda). Op. 1614 

TRAPEZIDAE Lamy, 1920, Journal de Conchyliologie, 64(4): 
265 (type genus: Trapezium Megerle von Miihlfeld, 1811), it 
being ruled under the plenary power that for the purposes 
of Article 29 of the Code the stem of the generic name 
Trapezium Megerle von Miihlfeld, 1811 is TRAPEZ- 
(Bivalvia). Op. 1615 

TRAPEZIIDAE Miers, 1886, Report of the scientific results of 
the voyage of H. M.S. Challenger, (Zoology, Part 49), vol. 
17, p. 163 (type genus: Trapezia Latreille, 1828) (Crustacea, 
Decapoda). Op. 1615 

Trapezium Megerle von Miihlfeld, 1811, Magazin fur die 
neuesten Entdeckungen in der gesammten Naturkunde von 
Der Gesellschaft Naturforschaft Freunde zu Berlin, 5: 68 
(gender: neuter) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Stewart, 1930. Academy of Natural Sciences of 
Philadelphia, Spec. pub. no. 3, p. 173: Trapezium perfectum 
Megerle von Miihlfeld, 1811, a junior subjective synonym 
of Chama oblonga Linnaeus, 1758) (Bivalvia). Op. 1615 

Trematospira Hall in Davidson, 1858, The Geologist, 1: 412, 
and all uses of the name prior to the publication of 
Trematospira Hall, 1859 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority 
and the Principle of Homonymy) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1900 

Trematospira Hall, 1859, New York State Cabinet of Natural 
History, Annual Report, 12: 27 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, ruled under the plenary power to be by subsequent 
designation by Hall & Clarke, 1893, Paleontology of New 
York, 8(2): 126: Spirifer multistriatus Hall, 1857) 
(Brachiopoda). Op. 1900 

Triacodon Marsh, 1871, American Journal of Science, (3)2: 123 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Mammalia. Carnivora). Op. 1517 

triangulata, Amicytheridea, Bate, 1975, Bulletin of the British 
Museum (Natural History), Geology, 26(5): 192 (specific 
name of the type species of Amicytheridea Bate, 1975) 
(Ostracoda). Op. 1740 

triangulum, Vespa, Fabricius, 1775, Sy sterna Entomologiae, p. 
373 (Hymenoptera). Op. 1578 

triangulus, Mitobates, Sundevall, 1833, Conspectus 
arachnidum, p. 34, footnote (Arachnida, Opiliones). Op. 
1703 

triangulus, Terebratula, Valenciennes, 1819, in Lamarck, 
Histoire naturelle des Animaux sans Vertebres, vol. 6, p. 250 
(Brachiopoda). Op. 1466 



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Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



Tribolium MacLeay, 1825, Annulosa Javanica, p. 47 (gender: 
neuter) (type species, by monotypy: Colydium castaneum 
Herbst, 1797) (Coleoptera). Op. 1495 

TRICHOMONADIDAE Grassi, 1882, Atti della Societd 
Italiana di Scienze Naturali e del Museo Civico di Storia 
Naturale, 24: 141 (type genus: Trichomonas Donne. 1836) 
(Mastigophora). Op. 1447 

Trichomonas Donne, 1836, Compte Rendu Hebdomadaire des 
Seances de I'Academie des Sciences, Paris, 3: 386 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Trichomonas 
vaginalis Donne, 1836), ruled under the plenary power to 
be the correct original spelling of Tricomonas 
(Mastigophora). Op. 1447 

tricolor, Syrphus, Fabricius, 1798, Supplementum entomologiae 
systematicae, p. 563 (specific name of the type species of 
Eumerus Meigen, 1822) (Diptera). Op. 1747 

tridactylum, Amphiuma, Cuvier, 1827, Memoires du Museum 
d'Histoire Naturelle, 14: 7 (Amphibia, Caudata). Op. 1733 

trifasciata, Lamia, Fabricius, 1775, Sy sterna Entomologiae, p. 
174 (specific name of the type species of Diastocera 
Dejean, 1835) (Coleoptera). Op. 1407 

trifasciata, Nemoura, Pictet, 1832, Annates des Sciences 
Naturelles, 26: 379 (specific name of the type species of 
Brachyptera Newport, 1848) (Plecoptera). Op. 1916 

trigonus, Ichthyosaurus, Owen, 1 840, Report of the 9 th Meeting 
of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 
1839, 8: 124, as defined by the holotype (specimen no. 
ANSP 10124 in the Vertebrate Paleontology collection of 
the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, U.S.A., 
figured by Spamer, Bogan & Torrens, 1989, Proceedings of 
the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 141: 144, 
pi. 13, figs, la-c), it being confirmed by the Commission 
that Lydekker, 1889, did not validly designate a neotype 
(specific name of the type species of Macropterygius von 
Huene, 1922) (Reptilia, Ichthyopterygia). Op. 1734 

trilineata, Musca, Linnaeus, 1767, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 12, 
vol. 1, part 2, p. 980 (Diptera). Op. 1444 

trilinguis, Madrepora, Boddaert, 1768, Lyst der Plant-Dieren, 
p. 613, pi. 14 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Anthozoa). Op. 1573 

trilobata, Rana, Mocquard, 1899, Bulletin de la Societe 
Philomatique de Paris, (9)1(4): 158 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1776 

triquetrus, Terebratulites, Parkinson, 1811, Organic Remains of 
a Former World, vol. 3, p. 229, pi. 16 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Brachiopoda). Op. 1466 

trispinosa, Cuma, Goodsir, 1 843, Edinburgh New Philosophical 
Journal, 34: 126 (specific name of the type species of 
Iphinoe Bate, 1856) (Cumacea). Op. 1593 

tristis, Moniana, Girard, 1856, Researches upon the cyprinoid 
fishes inhabiting the fresh waters of the United States, west of 
the Mississippi Valley, from specimens in the museum of the 
Smithsonian Institution, p. 37 (first issued as a separate in 
September 1856; published in the Proceedings of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 8: 201 in 
1857), as defined by the lectotype (specimen no. MNHN 
427 in the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris) 
designated by Mayden & Gilbert, 1989, Copeia, 1989(4): 
1087 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes, Cypriniformes). 
Op. 1821 



Tritoma Fabricius. 1775. Systema Entomologiae .... p. 68 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation 
by Latreille, 1810. Considerations generates sur ... les classes 
des crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, p. 432: Tritoma 
bipustulata Fabricius, 1775) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

Tritoma Geoff roy, 1 762. Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 1. p. 335. and all uses of 
the name prior to the publication of Tritoma Fabricius. 
1775 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Coleoptera). Op. 1754 

trivittata, Beanea, Steindachner. 1902, Anzeiger der Akademie 

der Wissenschaften. Wien, 39: 337 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1481 

Trochocochlea Morch, 1852, Catalogus conchyliorum quae 
reliquit D. Alphonso d'Aguirra & Gadea Comes de Yoldi .... 
part 1, p. 154 (a junior objective synonym of Osilinus 
Philippi, 1847) (Gastropoda). Op. 1930 

Troglodytes Vieillot, [1809], Histoire naturelle des oiseaux de 
I'Amerique septentrionale .... vol. 2, p. 52 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent designation by 
Baird, 1858, Pacific Railroad Reports. Reports of 
Explorations and Surveys for a Railroad from the Mississippi 
River to the Pacific Ocean, 1853-6, 9(2): 366: Troglodytes 
aedon Vieillot, [1809]) (Aves, Passeriformes). Op. 1893 

Tropidoptera Ancey, 1889, Bulletin de la Societe Malacologique 
de France, 6: 191 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 
designation under the plenary power: Endodonta wesleyi 
Sykes, 1896) (Gastropoda). Op. 1845 

Tropiphorus Schonherr, 1842, Synonymia Insectorum. Genera 
et -Species Curculionidum, p. 257 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by original designation: Curculio mercurialis 
Fabricius, 1801) (Coleoptera). Op. 1474 

Truncatuliana Servain, 1881, Histoire malacologique du lac 
Balaton en Hongrie, p. 63 (a junior objective synonym of 
Galba Schrank, 1803) (Gastropoda). Op. 1896 

truncatulum, Buccinum, Miiller, 1774, Vermium lerrestrium et 
fluviatilium, seu animalium infusoriorum. helminthicorum et 
testaceorum, non marinorum. succincta historia, vol. 2, p. 
130 (specific name of the type species of Galba Schrank. 
1803) (Gastropoda). Op. 1896 

truncatus, Delphinus, Montagu, 1821, Memoirs of the 
Wernerian Natural History Society, 3: 75, pi. 3 (Mammalia. 
Cetacea). Op. 1413 

tuberculata, Crania, Nilsson, 1826, Kungliga Svenska 
Vetenskapsakademiens Handlingar, 1825: 326 

(Brachiopoda). Op. 1469 

tuberculata, Lagria, Fabricius, 1792, Entomologia systematica 
emendata et aucta, vol. 1(2), p. 78 (specific name of the type 
species of Phymatestes Pascoe, 1867) (Coleoptera). Op. 

1525 

tuberculatus, Trilobus, Briinnich, 1781, Nye Sanding, af del 
Kongelige Danske Videnskabers Selskabs Skrifter. 1: 389 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Trilobita). Op. 1433 

tuberculatus, Turrilites, Bosc, [1802], Histoire naturelle des 
coquilles, vol. 5. In: Histoire naturelle de Buffon classee ... 
d'apres le systeme de Linne. par R.R. Castel. p. 189, pi. 42, 
fig. 8, as defined by the neotype (specimen no. BMNH 
C5762a in the collections of the Natural History Museum. 
London) designated by Kennedy & Wright, 1997, Bulletin 
of Zoological Nomenclature, 54: 224) (Cephalopoda, 
Ammonoidea). Op. 1925 



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83 



tuberosa, Acineta, Ehrenberg, [1834], Physikalische 
Mathematische Abhandlungen der Koniglichen Akademie der 
Wissenschaften zu Berlin, 1833: 287, published in the serial 
in 1835 but issued as a separate in 1834 (specific name of 
the type species of Acineta Ehrenberg, [1834]) (Ciliophora, 
Suctoria)'. Op. 1778 

tuberosa, Vorticella, Miiller, 1786, Animalcula Infusoria 
fluviatilia et marina ..., p. 308 (suppressed under the plenary 
power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not 
for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Ciliophora, 
Suctoria). Op. 1778 

tuberosus, Brachionus, Pallas, 1766, Elenchus Zoophytorum ..., 
p. 105 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Ciliophora, Suctoria). Op. 
1778 

tubifer, Siphamia, Weber, 1909, Notes from the Leyden 
Museum, 31: 168 (specific name of the type species of 
Siphamia Weber, 1909) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 
1481 

TUBULANIDAE Burger, 1905 (1874), in Bronn's Thier-Reich, 
vol. 4, Suppl. Nemertini, Lfg. 23-26, p. 405 (type genus: 
Tubulanus Renier, [1804]), under Article 40.2 of the Code a 
name having precedence over, but taking the date of, its 
senior subjective synonym CARINELLIDAE Mcintosh, 
1874 (type genus: Carinella Johnston, 1833) (Nemertea). 
Op. 1486 

tulipae, Eriophyes, Keifer, 1938, Bulletin of the California 
Department of Agriculture, 7(2): 185 (specific name of the 
type species of Aceria Keifer, 1944) (Arachnida, Acarina). 
Op. 1521 

turbinatus, Trochus, Born, 1778, Rerum Naturalium Musei 
Caesarei Vindobonensis, part 1 (Testacea), p. 340 (specific 
name of the type species of Osilinus Philippi, 1847) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1930 

turpior, Dicynodon, Huene, 1935, Die fossilen Reptilien des 
siidamerikanischen Gondwanalandes an der Zeitenwende. 
Ordnung Anomodontia, Lieferung 1 , p. 76 (senior subjective 
synonym of the specific name of Dinodontosaurus oliveirai 
Romer, 1943, the type species of Dinodontosaurus Romer, 
1943) (Reptilia, Synapsida). Op. 1802 

Tychea Koch, 1857, Die Pflanzenlduse, Aphiden (1854-1857), p. 
296 (suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes 
of the Principle of Priority but not for those of the 
Principle of Homonymy) (Homoptera). Op. 1654 

Tylocidaris Pomel, 1883, Classification methodique et generale 
des Echinides vivants et fossiles, p. 109 (gender: feminine) 
(type species, by designation under the plenary power: 
Cidaris clavigera Mantell, 1822) (Echinoidea). Op. 1458 

Tylosteus Leidy, 1872, Proceedings of the Academy of Natural 
Sciences of Philadelphia, 1872: 40 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) (Reptilia, 
Dinosauria). Op. 1371 

typa, Callianidea, H. Milne Edwards, 1837, Histoire naturelle 
des crustaces, comprenant Vanatomie, la physiologie et la 
classification de ces animaux, vol. 2, p. 320, ruled under the 
plenary power to be given precedence over the specific 
name of Isea elongata Guerin[-Meneville], 1832 whenever 
the two names are considered to be synonyms (Crustacea, 
Decapoda). Op. 1522 

typica, Suchonella, Spizharsky, 1939, in Likharev, B. (Ed.), 
Atlas rukovodyashchikh form iskopaemykh faun SSSR [The 
atlas of the leading forms of the fossil fauna USSR], vol. 6 
(Permskaya Sistema, [Permian]), p. 194, pi. 46, fig. 6 
(specific name of the type species of Suchonella Spizharsky, 
1937) (Ostracoda). Op. 1915 



typica, Thaumatoessa, Kroyer in Gaimard, [1842], Atlas de 
zoologie .... pi. 42, figs. 4a-e (specific name of the type 
species of Thaumaleus Kroyer, 1849) (Copepoda). Op. 1869 

Umbellula Cuvier, [1797], Tableau elementaire de I'histoire 
naturelle des animaux, p. 675 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent monotypy by Gray, 1 870, Catalogue 
of the sea-pens or Pennatulariidae in the collection of the 
British Museum, p. 38: Isis encrinus Linnaeus, 1758), ruled 
under the plenary power to be the correct original spelling 
of Ombellula (Anthozoa). Op. 1903 

UMBELLULARIIDAE Gray, 1840, Synopsis of the contents 
of the British Museum, Ed. 42, p. 75 (type genus: 
Umbellularia Lamarck, 1801, a junior objective synonym of 
Umbellula Cuvier, [1797]), replaced under Article 40.2 by 
UMBELLULIDAE Lindahl, 1874 (1840) (Anthozoa). Op. 
1903 

UMBELLULIDAE Lindahl, 1874 (1840), Kongliga Svenska 
Vetenskapsakademiens Handlingar, 13(3): 25 (type genus: 
Umbellula Cuvier, [1797]) (Anthozoa). Op. 1903 

umbretta, Phasma, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei 
zoologici ditissimi Hamburgi, d. HI. Februar 1796 auctionis 
lege distrahendi. Sectio Tertia. Continens Insecta, p. 78, 
ruled under the plenary power to be available despite 
having been published in a suppressed work (Phasmida). 
Op. 1820 

undatus, Erotylus, Olivier, 1792, Encyclopedic methodique. 
Histoire naturelle des insectes, vol. 6, p. 434 (specific name 
of the type species of Megischyrus Crotch, 1873) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1824 

undecimnotata, Coccinella, Schneider, [1792], Neuestes 
Magazin fur die Liebhaber der Entomologie, 1(3): 379 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1693 

undecimpunctata, Diabrotica, Mannerheim, 1843, Bulletin de la 
Societe Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou, 16: 309,. as 
defined by the lectotype designated by Smith & Lawrence, 
1967, University of California Publications in Entomology, 
45: 136 (Coleoptera). Op. 1709 

undulatus, Byrrhus, Kugelann, 1792, Neuestes Magazin fur die 
Liebhaber der Entomologie, 1(2-4): 484 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1396 

unguiculatus, Foenus, Westwood, 1841, Annals and Magazine 
of Natural History, 7: 537 (specific name of the type species 
of Pseudofoenus Kieffer, 1902) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1912 . 

Urocerus Geoffroy, 1 762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 2, p. 264 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by subsequent monotypy by 
Fourcroy, 1785, Entomologia Parisiensis, vol. 2, p. 363: 
Ichneumon gigas Linnaeus, 1758) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1754 

Uroctea Dufour, 1820, Annales generates des Sciences 
Physiques, Bruxelles, 5: 198 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by monotypy: Uroctea quinquemaculata Dufour, 
1820) (Cumacea). Op. 1593 

ursina, Phoca, Linnaeus, 1758, Sy sterna Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 
1, p. 37 (specific name of the type species of Callorhinus 
Gray, 1859) (Mammalia, Pinnipedia). Op. 1962 

urticae, Dermestes, Fabricius, 1792, Entomologia Systematica, 
vol. 1, part 1, p. 235 (specific name of the type species of 
Brachypterus Kugelann, 1794) (Coleoptera). Op. 1916 

utahensis, Artemia, Lockington, 1876, in [Lawson, H] (Ed.), 
The Monthly Microscopical Journal: Transactions of the 
Royal Microscopical Society, and Record of Histological 
Research at Home and Abroad, 15: 137 (suppressed under 
the plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of 
Priority but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Branchiopoda). Op. 1704 



84 



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utricularius, Rana, Harlan, 1826, American Journal of Science 
and Arts, (1)10: 60, ruled under the plenary power not to be 
given priority over the subspecific name of Rana halecina 
sphenocephala Cope, 1886 whenever the two names are 
considered to be synonyms (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1685 

vaginalis, Trichomonas, Donne, 1836, Compte Rendu 
Hebdomadaire des Seances de I'Academie des Sciences, 
Paris, 3: 386 (specific name of the type species of 
Trichomonas Donne, 1836) (Mastigophora). Op. 1447 

Valanginites Sayn in Kilian, 1910, Lethaea geognostica, Teil 2 
(Das Mesozoicum), Band 3 (Kreide), Lieferung 2, p. 194 
(gender: masculine) (type species, ruled under the plenary 
power to be by subsequent designation by Roman, 1938, 
Les ammonites jurassiques et cretacees. Essai de genera, p. 
386: Ammonites nucleus Roemer, 1841) (Cephalopoda, 
Ammonoidea). Op. 1610 

vandellii, Osteoglossum, Cuvier, 1829, Le regne animal distribue 
d'apres son organisation pour servir de base a I'histoire 
naturelle des animaux et d' introduction a I'anatomie 
comparee, Ed. 2, vol. 2, p. 328, ruled under the plenary 
power that all first reviser actions regarding the specific 
names of Osteoglossum vandellii Cuvier, 1829, and 
bicirrhosum Cuvier, 1829 as published in combination with 
the manuscript generic name Ischnosoma, are set aside and 
that bicirrhosum Cuvier, 1829 is deemed a senior objective 
synonym of vandellii Cuvier, 1829 (Osteichthyes, Osteo- 
glossiformes). Op. 1621 

variabilis, Cerambyx, Linnaeus, 1761, Fauna Svecica, Editio 
altera, p. 192 (specific name of the type species of 
Phymatodes Mulsant, 1839) (Coleoptera). Op. 1525 

variegata, Hippobosca, Megerle, [1803], Appendix ad 
catalogum insect orum, quae mense Novembris MDCCCII 
Viennae Austriae auctionis lege vendita fuere, p. [17], ruled 
under the plenary power to be available despite having been 
published in a suppressed work (Diptera). Op. 1710 

variegatus, Oniscus, Villers, 1789, Caroli Linnaei entomologia, 
faunae Suecicae descriptionibus aucta, vol. 4, p. 188 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Isopoda). Op. 1897 

variolosa, Buprestis, Paykull, [1799], Fauna Suecica. Insecta, 
vol. 2, p. 219 (specific name of the type species of 
Poecilonota Eschscholtz, 1829) (Coleoptera). Op. 1825 

vastus, Sipunculus, Selenka, De Man & Biilow, 1 884, Reisen im 
Archipel der Philippinen von Dr C. Semper. Zweiter Theil. 
Wissenschaften Resultate, p. 103 (Sipuncula). Op. 1532 

Vatellus Aube, [1837], Hydrocanthares. In Dejean (Ed.), 
Iconographie et histoire naturelle des coleopteres d'Europe, 
vol. 5, p. 221 (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy of the replaced nominal genus Leucorea 
Laporte, 1835: Hydroporus tarsatus Laporte, 1835) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1681 

Vejdovskyella Michaelsen, 1903, Mitteilungen aus dem 
Naturhistorischen Museum in Hamburg, 19(2): 184 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy of the replaced 
nominal genus Bohemilla Vejdovsky, 1883: Bohemilla 
comata Vejdovsky, 1883), ruled under the plenary power to 
be given precedence over Macrochaetina Bretscher, 1899 
whenever the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Oligochaeta). Op. 1835 

velox, Delphinus, Cuvier, 1829, Le regne animal distribue 
d'apres son organisation, pour servir de base a I'histoire 
naturelle des animaux et d' introduction a I'anatomie 
comparee, Ed. 2, vol. 1, p. 288 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Mammalia, Cetacea). Op. 1660 



Venilia Bate, 1 856, Annals and Magazine of Natural History. 
(2)17: 460 (a junior homonym of Venilia Duponchel. 1829) 
(Cumacea). Op. 1593 

ventricosa, Rissoa, Desmarest. 1814, Bulletin des Sciences, par 
la Societe Philomatique de Paris. (3)1: 8 (specific name of 
the type species of Rissoa Desmarest. 1814) (Gastropoda). 
Op. 1664 

vernum, Simulia, Macquart, 1826, Recueil des Travaux de la 
Societe d' Amateurs des Sciences, de I' Agriculture et des Arts 
a Lille. 1823/1824: 79, ruled by the Commission to be 
defined by reference to the specimens described and figured 
by Davies, 1966. Transactions of the Roval Entomological 
Society of London, 118(14): 413-511. and 1968. Scientific 
Publications of the Freshwater Biological Association, no. 
24, pp. 1-126, under the name Simulium (Eusimulium) 
latipes (specific name of the type species of Cnetha 
Enderlein, 1921 and Pseudonevermannia Baranov, 1926) 
(Diptera). Op. 1416 

versicolor, Hyla, Le Conte, 1825, Annals of the Lyceum of 
Natural History of New York, 1: 281, as defined by the 
neotype (specimen no. 84483 in the American Museum of 
Natural History, New York, of which the tetraploid 
karyotype is no. AMNH K207) designated by Smith. 
Fitzgerald & Guillette, 1992, Bulletin of Zoological 
Nomenclature, 49: 152 (Amphibia, Anura). Op. 1716 

verticalis, Corisa, Fieber. 1851, Species generis Corisa, p. 24 
(preprint from Abhandlungen der Bohmischen Gesellschaft 
der Wissenschaften, 7 (1852), p. 236) (Heteroptera). Op. 
1626 

vespoides, Sphex, Scopoli, 1763, Entomologia Camiolica. 
exhibens insecta Carnioliae indigena .... p. 296 (specific 
name of the type species of Metopius Panzer, 1806) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1772 

vestigiatus, Hoplocephalus, De Vis, 1884. The Brisbane 
Courier, 39, No. 8324: 5 (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1940 

vetusta, Paolia, Smith, 1871, American Journal of Science and 
Arts, (3)1: 44, as defined by the holotype (specimen no. 
HCM A72/51 in the Hanover College Museum. Hanover. 
Indiana. U.S.A.), the neotype designation by Laurentiaux 
(1950) being set aside under the plenary power (specific 
name of the type species of Paolia Smith. 1871) 
(Protorthoptera). Op. 1705 

vicina, Calliphora, Robineau-Desvoidy. 1830, Memoires 
presentes par divers savants a I'Academie des Sciences de 
ilnstitut de France, (2)2: 435 (Diptera). Op. 1670 

viennensis, Kolon, Herbst, 1797, Natursystem alter bekannten 
in- und auslandischen Insekten. Der Kafer. part 7. p. 225 
(specific name of the type species of Colon Herbst, 1797) 
(Coleoptera). Op. 1810 

vigil, Arctomys, Thunberg, 1811, Memoires de I'Academie 
Imperiale des Sciences de St. Petersbourg, 3: 308 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Mammalia, Rodentia). Op. 1586 

villosa, Tiphia, Fabricius, 1793. Entomologia systematica .... 
vol. 2, p. 227 (specific name of the type species of Ludita 
Nagy, 1967) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1559 

vinetella, Tinea, Fabricius, 1787, Mantissa Insectorum .... p. 
242 (specific name of the type species of Eucarphia Hiibner. 
[1825]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1426 

violaceus, Sipunculus ( Phascolosomum), De Quatrefages. 1865, 
Histoire Naturelle des Anneles marins et d'eau douce. 
Annelides et Gephyriens, p. 619 (suppressed under the 
plenary power for the purposes of the Principle of Priority 
but not for those of the Principle of Homonymy) 
(Sipuncula). Op. 1532 



Names Placed on the Official Lists and Indexes 



85 



Vipio Latreille, 1804, in: Nouveau dictionnaire d'histoire 
naturelle ..., Ed. 1, vol. 24, p. 173 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by designation under the plenary power: Agathis 
longicauda Boheman, 1853) (Hymenoptera). Op. 1758 

virescens, Litosoma, Douglas & Scott, 1865, The British 
Hemiptera-Heteroptera, p. 339, valid subjective synonym of 
Capsus chloropterus Kirschbaum, 1856, the type species of 
Pachylops Fieber, 1858 (Heteroptera). Op. 1943 

viridieollis, Curculio, Fabricius, 1792, Entomologia Systematica 
emendata et aucta, vol. 1, p. 469 (Coleoptera). Op. 1655 

viridiflavus, Coluber, Lacepede, 1789, Histoire naturelle des 
quadrupedes ovipares et des serpens, vol. 2 {Histoire 
naturelle des serpens), p. 86, ruled under the plenary power 
to be available despite having been published in a rejected 
work (Reptilia, Serpentes). Op. 1686 

viridis, Aplysia, Montagu, 1 804, Transactions of the Linnean 
Society of London, 7: 76 (Gastropoda). Op. 1471 

viridis, Cercaria, Miiller, 1786, Animalcula Infusoria, 
Fluviatilia et Marina, p. 126 (specific name of the type 
species of Euglena Ehrenberg, 1830) (Flagellata). Op. 1549 

viridis, Laplisia, Bosc, 1801, Histoire naturelle des Vers, 
contenant leur description et lews moeurs; avec figures 
d'apres nature, vol. 1, p. 64, and all uses of the name prior 
to the publication of Aplysia viridis Montagu, 1804 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy) (Gastropoda). Op. 1471 

viridis, Monstrilla, Dana, 1849, Conspectus Crustaceorum quae 
in Orbis Terrarum circumnavigatione .... pars I and II, p. 53 
(specific name of the type species of Monstrilla Dana, 
1 849) (Copepoda) . Op. 1 869 

viridis, Motacilla, Wilkes, 1817, Encyclopaedia Londinensis, 
vol. 16, p. 80 (suppressed under the plenary power for the 
purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those of 
the Principle of Homonymy) (Aves). Op. 1859 

viridis, Pomacentrus, Cuvier, 1830, Histoire Naturelle des 
Poissons, vol. 5, p. 420, as defined by the lectotype 
designated by Randall, Bouchet & Desoutter, 1985, 
Cybium, 9(4): 412 (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). Op. 1563 

vitiensis, Spherillo, Dana, 1853, Isopoda in: United States 
exploring expedition during the years 1838, 1839, 1840, 
1841, 1842, under the command of Charles Wilkes, U.S.N., 
vol. 14 (Crustacea 2), p. 721, as defined by the neotype 
(catalogue no. 7635 in the Swedish Museum of Natural 
History, Stockholm) designated by Lehtinen, Taiti & 
Ferrara, 1998, Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 55: 218 
(specific name of the type species of Spherillo Dana, 1852) 
(Isopoda). Op. 1951 

vittata, Biformalia, Sjostedt, 1920, Arkiv for Zoologi, 12(20): 
49 (Orthoptera). Op. 1489 

vittata, Zonitis, Fabricius, 1801, Sy sterna Eleutheratorum, vol. 
2, p. 24 (specific name of the type species of Nemognatha 
Illiger, 1807) (Coleoptera). Op. 1918 

vittatus, Buthus, Guerin-Meneville, [1838], in Lesson (Ed.), 
Voyage autour du monde, execute par ordre du Roi, sur la 
corvette de sa Majeste, La Coquille, pendant les annees 
1822, 1823, 1824 et 1825. Par L.I. Duperrey. Zoologie, vol. 
2, part 2.1, p. 50, ruled under the plenary power not to be 
invalid despite being a junior primary homonym of Buthus 
vittatus Say, 1821 (Arachnida, Scorpionida). Op. 1680 

vittatus, Buthus, Say, 1821, Journal of the Philadelphia 
Academy of Sciences, 1: 61, as defined by the neotype (the 
adult male specimen in the U.S. National Museum, 
Washington, D.C., labelled 'Buthus vittatus Say, 1821 
NEOTYPE, Det. S.A. Stockwell' from 'Brackettville, 
Kinney Co., Texas, 21 May 1984 (S.A. Stockwell)') 
designated under the plenary power (Arachnida, 
Scorpionida). Op. 1680 



vittipennis, Podisus, Herrich-Schaeffer, 1851, in: Die 
wanzenartigen Insecten, vol. 9, part 6, p. 339 (specific name 
of the type species of Podisus Herrich-Schaeffer, 1851) 
(Heteroptera). Op. 1755 

Viverravus Marsh, 1872, American Journal of Science, (3)4: 
127 (gender: masculine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Viverravus gracilis Marsh, 1872) (Mammalia, Carnivora). 
Op. 1517 

v-luteum, Cimex, Lichtenstein, 1796, Catalogus musei zoologici 
ditissimi Hamburgi, d. III. Februar 1796 auctionis lege 
distrahendi. Sectio Tertia. Continens Insecta, p. 106, ruled 
under the plenary power to be available despite having been 
published in a suppressed work (Heteroptera). Op. 1820 

Volverella Bory de St Vincent, [1827], in: Encyclopedic 
Methodique. Histoire naturelle des Zoophytes, ou Animaux 
rayonees, p. 781 (suppressed under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy) (Ciliophora, Suctoria). Op. 
1778 

volvulus, Musca, Fabricius, 1794, Entomologia systematica 
emendata et aucta .... vol. 4, p. 328 (specific name of the 
type species of Phyllomya Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830) 
(Diptera). Op. 1475 

vulgaris, Armadillo, Latreille, 1804, Histoire naturelle, generale 
et particuliere des crustaces et des insectes, vol. 7, p. 47 
(senior subjective synonym of Armadillidium commutatum 
Brandt in Brandt & Ratzeburg, [1831], the type species of 
Armadillidium Brandt in Brandt & Ratzeburg, [1831]) 
(Isopoda). Op. 1897 

vulgaris, Chromadora, Bastian, 1865, Transactions of the 
Linnean Society of London, 25: 167 (specific name of the 
type species of Euchromadora de Man, 1886) (Nematoda). 
Op. 1815 

vulgaris, Loligo, Lamarck, 1798, Bulletin des Sciences, par la 
Societe Philomatique de Paris, 17: 130 (specific name of the 
type species of Loligo Lamarck, 1798) (Cephalopoda, 
Coleoidea). Op. 1861 

Waagenoconcha Chao, 1927, China Geological Survey, 
Palaeontologia Sinica, (B)5(2): 85 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by original designation: Productus humboldti 
d'Orbigny, 1842) (Brachiopoda). Op. 1928 

wallacei, Paradisaea (Semeioptera), Gray, 1859, Literary 
Gazette, (n.s.)39: 406, ruled under the plenary power to be 
an incorrect original spelling of wallacii (Aves, 
Paradisaeidae). Op. 1606 

wallacii, Paradisaea (Semioptera), Gray, 1859, Literary Gazette 
(n.s.), 39: 406, ruled under the plenary power to be a 
correct spelling despite its publication as Wallacei (specific 
name of the type species of Semioptera Gray, 1 859) (Aves, 
Paradisaeidae). Op. 1606 

weeksii, Ctenopoma, Boulenger, 1896, Annals and Magazine of 
Natural History, (6)17: 310 (confirmed by the Commission 
that the Principle of Priority is to be applied to the specific 
name of this nominal species) (Osteichthyes, Perciformes). 
Op. 1562 

wesleyi, Endodonta (Pterodiscus), Sykes, 1896, Proceedings of 
the Malacological Society of London, 2(3): 127 (specific 
name of the type species of Tropidoptera Ancey, 1889) 
(Gastropoda). Op. 1845 

wiedii, Poecilma, Germar, 1 824, Insectorum, species novae aut 
minus cognitae, descriptionibus illustratae, vol. 1, 
Coleoptera, p. 259 (specific name of the type species of 
Zygops Schonherr, 1825) (Coleoptera). Op. 1450 

Williamia Monterosato, 1884, Nomenclatura generica e 
specifica di alcune Conchiglie mediterranee, p. 150 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by monotypy: Ancylus gussoni 
Costa, 1829) (Gastropoda). Op. 1410 



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woodi, Ixodes angustus, Bishopp, 1911, Proceedings of the 
Biological Society of Washington, 24: 205 ( Arachnida, 
Acari). Op. 1624 

wrightii, Eudendrium, Hartlaub, 1905, Zoologische Jahrbiicher, 
Supplement 6, 3: 547 (a junior objective synonym of 
Eudendrium arbuscula Wright, 1859) (Hydrozoa). Op. 1956 

wyomingensis, Troodon, Gilmore, 1931, Proceedings of the U.S. 
National Museum, 79(9): 1 (senior subjective synonym of 
the specific name of Pachycephalosaurus grangeri Brown & 
Schlaikjer, 1943, the type species of Pachycephalosaurus 
Brown & Schlaikjer, 1943) (Reptilia, Dinosauria). Op. 1371 

XANTHOLININI Erichson, 1839, Genera et species 
staphylinorum insectorum coleopterorum familiae, part 1, p. 
28 (type genus: Xantholinus Dejean, 1821), ruled under the 
plenary power that this name and other family-group 
names based on Xantholinus are to be given precedence 
over AGRODINI Nordmann, 1837 and GYROHYPNINI 
Kirby, 1837 and other family-group names based on 
Agrodes Nordmann, 1837 and Gyrohypnus Samouelle, 1819 
whenever their type genera are placed in the same family- 
group taxon (Coleoptera). Op. 1851 

Xerammobates Popov, 1951, Trudy Zoologicheskogo Instituta, 
9(3): 904 (gender: masculine) (type species, by designation 
under the plenary power: Ammobates oxianus Popov, 1951) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1853 

Xeromunda Monterosato, 1892, AM della Reale Accademia di 
Scienze, Lettere e Belle Arti di Palermo, (3)2: 25 (gender: 
feminine) (type species, by designation under the plenary 
power: Helix candiota Pfeiffer, 1849) (Gastropoda). Op. 
1719 

Xylota Meigen, 1822, Systematische Beschreibung der 
bekannten europaischen zweifliigeligen Insekten, vol. 3, p. 
211 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy of the 
replaced nominal genus Heliophilus Meigen, 1803: Musca 
sylvarum Linnaeus, 1758) (Diptera). Op. 1747 

Xyrichtys Cuvier, 1814, Bulletin des Sciences, par la Societe 
Philomatique de Paris, 1814: 87 (gender: masculine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Jordan & Gilbert, 
1883, Bulletin of the United States National Museum, 16: 
605: Coryphaena novacula Linnaeus, 1758) (Osteichthyes, 
Perciformes). Op. 1799 

zanana, Serranus, Valenciennes in Cuvier & Valenciennes, 
1828, Histoire naturelle des poissons, vol. 2, p. 339 
(suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
the Principle of Priority but not for those of the Principle 
of Homonymy) (Osteichthyes). Op. 1439 

Zanclea Gegenbaur, 1856, Zeitschrift fur Wissenschaftliche 
Zoologie, 8(2): 229 (gender: feminine) (type species, by 



monotypy: Zanclea costata Gegenbaur. 1856) (Hydrozoa). 
Op. 1752 

zebratus, Aphycus, Mercet. 1917, Boletin de la Real Sociedad 
Espanola de Historic! Natural, 17(2): 138 (specific name 
of the type species of Metaphycus Mercet. 1917) 
(Hymenoptera). Op. 1898 

Zelica Hiibner, [1825], Verzeichniss bekannter Schmetterlinge, 
p. 396 (gender: feminine) (type species, by monotypy: 
Phalaena zelica Stoll, [1790]). ruled under the plenary 
power not to be given priority over Rosema Walker. 1855 
whenever the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Lepidoptera). Op. 1617 

zelica, Phalaena, Stoll, [1790], Aanhangsel van het Werk, de 
Uitlandsche Kapellen, voorkomende in de drie Waereld- 
Deelen Asia, Africa en America, door den Heere Pieter 
Cramer, p. 73 (specific name of the type species of Zelica 
Hiibner, [1825]) (Lepidoptera). Op. 1617 

Zeugophora Kunze, 1818, Neue Schriften der Naturforschenden 
Gesellschaft zu Halle, 2(4): 71 (gender: feminine) (type 
species, by subsequent designation by Westwood. 1838, An 
introduction to the modern classification of insects. (Synopsis 
of the genera of British Insecta), p. 42: Crioceris subspinosa 
Fabricius, 1781) (Coleoptera). Op. 1382 

ZONITIDINAE Mulsant, 1857, Histoire naturelle des 
Coleopteres de France. Vesicants, p. 164, correct original 
spelling of ZONITINAE (type genus: Zonitis Fabricius. 
1775) (Coleoptera). Op. 1918 

ZONITINAE Mulsant, 1857, Histoire naturelle des 
Coleopteres de France. Vesicants, p. 164, incorrect original 
spelling of ZONITIDINAE (Coleoptera). Op. 1918 

Zonitis Fabricius, 1775, Sy sterna Entomologiae .... p. 126 
(gender: feminine) (type species, by subsequent designation 
by Selander, 1987, Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift, 
(n.s.)34: 341: Zonitis flava Fabricius, 1775) (Coleoptera). 
Op. 1918 

zonula, Tenthredo, Klug, 1817, Der Gesellschaft 
naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin Magazin fur die neuesten 
Entdeckungen in der gesammten Naturkunde, Berlin, 
8(1814): 137 (Hymenoptera). Op. 1602 

zwierleini, Plutonium, Cavanna, 1881, Bollettino della Societd 
Entomologica Italiana, 13: 169 (specific name of the type 
species of Plutonium Cavanna, 1881) (Chilopoda). Op. 
1880 

Zygops Schonherr, 1825, Isis (von Oken), 1825: col. 586 
(gender: masculine) (type species, by original designation: 
Poecilma wiedii Germar, 1824) (Coleoptera). Op. 1450 



WORKS PLACED ON THE OFFICIAL LIST AND INDEX 



Works placed on the Official List and Index in Opinions and 
Directions in Volumes 43 (1986) to 57 (2000) of the Bulletin of 
Zoological Nomenclature 

This section lists the titles of works placed on the Official List 
of Works Approved as Available for Zoological Nomenclature 
or the Official Index of Rejected and Invalid Works in 
Zoological Nomenclature. Authors of works placed on the 
Official List are given in bold type and those on the Official 
Index in non-bold type. The Opinion or Direction number 
under which each work was placed on the Official List or 
Index is given at the end of that entry. 

Academie Royale des Sciences de lTnstitut de France, Paris. 
1826. Rapport sur les Myodaires du Docteur Robineau 
Desvoidy (H.M.D. de Blainville, Rapporteur) (suppressed 
for nomenclatural purposes under the plenary power). Op. 
1601 

Benett, E. 1831. A catalogue of the organic remains of the 
County of Wilts, iv, 9 pp., 18 pis. Vardy, Warminster (ruled 
by the Commission to be an available work). Op. 1609 

Brisson, M.J. 1762. Regnum Animate in classes IX distributum. 
sive synopsis methodica, Ed. 2 (rejected for nomenclatural 
purposes, i.e. for nomenclatural acts and for names other 
than Cuniculus, Giraffa, Glis, Hyaena, Hydrochoerus, Lutra, 
Meles, Odobenus, Philander, Pteropus, Tapirus and 
Tragulus). Op. 1894 

Geoffroy, E.L. 1762. Histoire abregee des insectes qui se 
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deleted and work placed on the Official List with an 
endorsement to reflect the ruling under the plenary power 
that, notwithstanding the use of polynominal specific 
names, the generic names published in the work, but not 
the specific names or nomenclatural acts, are deemed to be 
available). Op. 1754 

Jaekel, O. 1909. Uber die Agnostiden. Zeitschrift der 
Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft, 61: 380—401 (ruled 
under the plenary power to be treated as though printed so 
that the definition of Ptychagnostus on p. 401 appeared at 
the top of p. 400 and as having been published in its 
entirety in 1909). Op. 1701 

Kaicher, S.D. 1973-1992. Card Catalogue of World-Wide 
Shells. Pack 1 (cards 1-99) through Pack 60 (cards 
61 10-6215) (ruled to be a work available for nomenclatural 
purposes). Author, St Petersburg, Florida. Op. 1905 

Karsten, D.L.G. 1789. Museum Leskeanum, regnum animale, 
quod ordine systematica (suppressed for nomenclatural 
purposes under the plenary power). Op. 1877 

Lacepede, B.G.E. de. 1788-1789. Histoire Naturelle des 
Serpens and its subsequent editions of 1790, 1799, 1825, 
1834 and 1836, details of which are recorded in Bulletin of 
Zoological Nomenclature, 44: 266 (ruled by the 
Commission to be unavailable works, no name acquiring 
the status of availability by reason of having been 
published in any of them, except as ruled under the plenary 
power). Op. 1463 

Lichtenstein, A.A.H. 1796. Catalogus musei zoologici ditissimi 
Hamburgi, d. III. Februar 1796 auctionis lege distrahendi. 
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nomenclatural purposes under the plenary power). Op. 
1820 



Lichtenstein, A.A.H. 1797. Catalogus musei zoologici ditissimi 
Hamburgi, d. 16 Majus 1797 auctionis lege distrahendi. 
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nomenclatural purposes under the plenary power). Op. 
1820 

Megerle, J.C. 1801-1805. Catalogus insectorum ..., Appendix 
ad catalogum insectorum ... and Catalogus duarum 
collectionem Eleuteratorum (the works detailed below 
suppressed for nomenclatural purposes under the plenary 
power). Op. 1710 

[1801]. Catalogus insectorum, quae Viennae Austriae die XIV et 
sequentibus Decembris MDCCCI auctionis lege distrahuntur. 

[1802a]. Appendix ad catalogum insectorum, quae mense 
Decembris MDCCCI Viennae Austriae auctionis lege 
venditafuere. 

[1802b]. Catalogus insectorum, quae Viennae Austriae die IX 
et sequentibus Novembris MDCCCII auctionis lege 
distrahuntur. 

[1803a]. Appendix ad catalogum insectorum, quae mense 
Novembris MDCCCII Viennae Austriae auctionis lege 
venditafuere. 

[1803b]. Catalogus insectorum, quae Viennae Austriae die 28 
Novembris 1803 auctionis lege distrahuntur. 

[1804a]. Appendix ad catalogum insectorum, quae mense 
Novembris MDCCCIII auctionis lege venditafuere. 

[1804b]. Catalogus duarum collectionem Eleuteratorum die 
XIV Maji MDCCCIV Viennae Austriae auctione lege 
vendendarum. 

[1804c]. Catalogus insectorum, quae Viennae Austriae die XX et 
sequentibus Septembris MDCCCIV auctionis lege 
distrahuntur. 

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venditafuere. 

[1805a], Catalogus insectorum, quae Viennae Austriae die [date 
not indicated] Junii MDCCCV auctionis lege distrahuntur. 

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Op. 1461 

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welche am 6ten Mdrz 1800 zu Stralsund in offentlicher 
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nomenclatural purposes under the plenary power). Op. 
1820 

Sowerby, J. & J. de C. 1812-1846. Mineral Conchology of 
Great Britain, seven volumes (ruled by the Commission that 
authorship and dates of publication be taken as recorded in 
Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 44: 64-67). Op. 1429, 
Direction 123 



VALID NAMES OF TYPE SPECIES OF GENERA PLACED ON THE OFFICIAL 

LIST PRIOR TO 1986 



In the period covered by Official Lists and Indexes of Names and Works in Zoology (1987) it was often the Commission's practice, 
when placing the name of a genus or subgenus on the Official List of Generic Names, to record in that List only the nominal type 
species actually fixed, and not the valid name of the type species when known to be different. The valid name was placed on the 
Official List of Specific Names. The result is that in such cases the entries for nominal genera in the 1987 volume do not show the 
valid name of the type species or the fact that the cited name of the type species was invalid. This Appendix provides this 
information by listing the nominal genera (in alphabetic order), the type species fixed, and the valid name of the type species at the 
time of the Opinion or Direction. In the case of two genera (Balea and Tnmcatella) the type species has been changed. 



Nominal genus 

Acinonyx Brookes, 1828 
Actaeade Haan, [1833] 
Aegithina Vieillot, 1816 
Aegotheles Vigors & Horsfield, 1826 
Ahaetulla Link, 1807 
Alcithoe Adams & Adams, [1853] 
Alope White, 1847 
Alphitobius Stephens, 1829 
Amaurobius Koch, 1837 
Amblema Rafinesque, 1820 
Ambystoma Tschudi, 1838 
Ameiva Meyer, 1795 
Amnicola Gould & Haldeman, 1840 
A mphibola Schumacher, 1817 
Anas Linnaeus, 1758 
Antedon Freminville, 1811 
Arisphinctes Buckman, 1924 
Astacoides Guerin-Meneville, 1839 

Astraea [Roding], 1798 
Astrobunus Thorell, 1876 
Asturina Vieillot, 1816 
Atechna Chevrolat, 1837 
Atelecyclus [Leach, 1814] 
Athelges Gerstaecker, 1862 
Attelabus Linnaeus, 1758 
Atyaephyra de Brito Capello, 1867 
Azeca Fleming, 1828 
Balea Gray, 1824 



Type species fixed 

venator, Acinonyx, Brookes, 1828 
granulatus, Cancer (Actaea), de Haan, [1833] 
leucoptera, Sylvia, Vieillot, 1 807 
novaehollandiae, Caprimulgus, Latham, 1790 
mycterizans, Ahaetulla, Link, 1807 
pacifica, Voluta, Perry, [1810] 
palpalis, Alope, White, 1847 
picipes, Helops, Panzer, 1 794 
atrox, Aranea, de Geer, 1778 
costata, Amblema, Rafinesque, 1820 
subviolacea, Lacerta, Barton, 1804 
americana, Ameiva, Meyer, 1 795 
porata, Paludina, Say, 1821 
australis, Amphibola, Schumacher, 1817 
boschas, Anas, Linnaeus, 1758 
gorgonia, Antedon, Freminville, 1811 
ariprepes, Arisphinctes, Buckman, 1924 
goudotii, Astacoides, Guerin-Meneville, 1839 

imperialis, Troclms, Gmelin. [1791] 
argentatus, Hoplites, Koch, 1869 
cinerea, Asturia, Vieillot, 1816 
quatuordecimguttata, Chrysomela, Fabricius, 1798 
septemdentatus. Cancer (Hippa), Montagu, 1813 
phyllodes, Athelges, Gerstaecker, 1862 
curculionoides, Attelabus, Linnaeus, 1767 
rosiana, A tyaephyra, de Brito Capello, 1 867 
tridens, Turbo, Pulteney, 1799 
fragilis, Pupa, Draparnaud, [1801] 



Turbo perversus Linnaeus, 1758 recorded as type species of Balea Gray, 1824 (Op. 1718) 



Barbouria Rathbun, 1912 
Bathynectes Stimpson, [1871] 
Blastophaga Gravenhorst, 1829 
Bothriothorax Ratzeburg, 1844 
Botryllus Gaertner, 1 774 
Brachycarpus Bate, 1888 
Buccinulum Deshayes, 1830 
Bungarus Daudin, 1803 
Cadlina Bergh, 1878 
Cantharidus Montfort, 1810 
Cardinalis Bonaparte, 1838 
Cavolinia Abildgaard, 1791 
Ceratina Latreille, [1802] 
Cherax Erichson, 1846 
Chlorocurtis Kemp, 1925 
Chlorotocus Milne Edwards, 1882 
Chyromya Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830 
Circe Schumacher, 1817 
Coccolithus Schwarz, 1 894 
Cominella Gray, 1850 
Coryphella Gray, 1850 
Corystes Bosc, [1801-1802] 
Cryptobranchus Leuckart, 1821 
Ctenomorpha Gray, 1833 
Cumanotus Odhner, 1907 
Cyclope Risso, 1826 
Cyrnus Stephens, 1836 
Dardanus Paulson, 1875 
Diatraea Guilding, 1828 
Dicrocoelium Dujardin, [1844] 
Donacilla Philippi, 1836 



poeyi, Barbouria, Rathbun, 1912 

longispina, Bathynectes, Stimpson, [1871] 

grossorum, Blastophaga, Gravenhorst, 1829 

altensteinii, Bothriothorax, Ratzeburg, 1844 

stettatus, Botryllus, Gaertner, 1774 

savignyi, Brachycarpus, Bate, 1888 

lineatus, Murex, Gmelin, [1791] 

annularis, Bungarus, Daudin, 1803 

repanda, Doris, Alder & Hancock, 1 842 

iris, Trochus, Gmelin, [1791] 

virginianus, Cardinalis, Bonaparte, 1838 

natans, Cavolina, Abildgaard, 1791 

albilabris, Hylaeus, Fabricius, 1 793 

preissii, Astacus (Cheraps), Erichson, 1846 

miser, Chlorocurtis, Kemp, 1925 

gracilipes, Chlorotocus, Milne Edwards, 1882 

fenestrarum, Chyromya, Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830 

violacea, Circe, Schumacher, 1817 

oceanicus, Coccolithus, Schwarz, 1894 

testudineum, Buccinum, Bruguiere, [1789] 

rufibranchialis, Eolis, Johnston, 1832 

dentata, Hippa, Fabricius, 1793 

gigantea, Salamandra, Barton, 1808 

marginipennis, Ctenomorpha, Gray, 1833. 

laticeps, Cumanotus, Odhner, 1907 

neriloidea, Cyclope, Risso, 1826 

unipunctatus, Cyrnus, Stephens, 1836 

hellerii, Dardanus, Paulson, 1875 

sacchari, Diatraea, Guilding, 1828 

lanceolata, Fasciola, Rudolphi. 1803 

lamarckii, Donacilla, Philippi, 1836 



Valid name of type species 

venatica, Felis, Griffith, 1821 
savignyi, Cancer, Milne Edwards, 1834 
tiphia, Motacil/a, Linnaeus, 1758 
crislatus, Caprimulgus, Shaw, 1790 
nasulus. Coluber, Lacepede, 1 789 
arabica, Voluta, Gmelin, [1791] 
spinifrons, Hippolyte, Milne Edwards, 1837 
laevigatum, Opatrum, Fabricius, 1781 
fenestralis, Aranea, Strom, 1768 
plicata, Unio, Say, 1817 
maculata, Lacerta, Shaw, 1802 
ameiva, Lacerta, Linnaeus, 1758 
limosa, Paludina, Say, 1817 
crenata. Helix, Gmelin, [1791] 
platyrhynchos, Anas, Linnaeus, 1758 
bifida, Asterias, Pennant, 1 777 
cotovui, Perisphinctes, Simionescu, 1907 
madagascarensis, Astacus, Milne Edwards 

&Audouin, 1839 
heliotropium, Trochus, Martyn. 1784 
helleri, Acantholophus, Ausserer, 1867 
nitidus, Falco, Latham, 1 790 
duodecimguttata, Chrysomela, Thunberg, 1787 
rotundatus, Cancer, Olivi, 1792 
paguri, Phryxus, Rathke, 1843 
nitens, Curculio, Scopoli, 1763 
desmarestii, Hippolyte. Millet. 1831 
goodalli, Helix (Cochlodonta), Ferussac. 1821 
perversus, Turbo, Linnaeus, 1758 

cubensis, Hippolyte, von Martens, 1872 

superba, Portunus, Costa, 1838 

psenes, Cynips. Linnaeus, 1758 

clavicornis, Encyrtus, Dalman, 1820 

schlosseri, Alcyonium, Pallas, 1 766 

biunguiculatus, Palaemon, Lucas, [1846] 

linea, Buccin[um], Martyn, 1784 

fasciata, Pseudoboa, Schneider, 1801 

laevis, Doris, Linnaeus, 1 767 

opalus, [Limax], Martyn, 1784 

cardinalis, Loxia, Linnaeus, 1758 

tridentata, Anomia, Forsskal, 1775 

cucurbilina. Apis, Rossi, 1 792 

bicqrinatus, Astacus, Gray. 1845 

jactans, Virbius, Nobili, 1904 

crassicornis, Pandalus, Costa, 1871 

flava, Musca, Linnaeus, 1758 

scripta, Venus, Linnaeus, 1758 

pelagica, Coccosphaera. Wallich, 1877 

maculosum. Buccin[um], Martyn, 1 784 

verrucosa, Eolidia, Sars. 1 829 

cassivelaunus. Cancer, Pennant, 1777 

alleganiensis, Salamandra, Daudin. [1803] 

chronus, Diura, Gray, 1833 

beaumonti, Coryphella, Eliot. 1906 

nerileum, Buccinum. Linnaeus. 1 758 

trimaculatus, Philopotamus, Curtis, 1834 

sanguinolcntus, Pagurus, Quoy & Gaimard, 1825 

saccharalis, Phalaena, Fabricius, 1794 

dendrilicum, Distoma, Rudolphi, 1819 

cornea, Maclra, Poli, 1 795 



Valid Names of Type Species of Genera placed on the Official List prior to 1986 



89 



Dorippe Weber, 1795 
Drupe/la Thiele, 1925 
Eclectus Wagler, 1832 
Elanus Savigny, 1 809 
Elaphe Fitzinger, 1833 
Ellipsocephalhs Zenker, 1833 
Elymana de Long, 1936 
Einesis Fabricius, 1807 
Enarmonia Hubner, [1825] 

Epixanthus Heller, 1861 

Eriphia Latreille, 1817 

Estheria Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830 

Eualus Thallwitz, 1892 

Euphonia Desmarest, [1806] 

Eupteryx Curtis, 1831 

£vere/Hubner, [1819] 

Facelina Alder & Hancock, 1855 

Favorinus Gray, 1850 

Fennecus Desmarest, 1 804 

Fundulopanchax Myers, 1924 

Gasterophilus Leach, 1817 

Gastrodiscus Cobbold, 1877 

Genypterus Philippi, 1857 

Gliricola Mjoberg, 1910 

Globicornis Latreille, 1829 

Gnatocerus Thunberg, 1814 

Goneplax [Leach, 1814] 

Gonyosoma Wagler, 1828 

Goura Stephens, 1819 

Gypaetus Storr, 1 784 

Haliaeetus Savigny, 1809 

Haliastur Selby, 1840 

Halichoerus Nilsson, 1820 

Helarctos Horsfield, 1825 

Hemisquilla Hansen, 1895 

Homola Leach, 1815 

Homoroselaps Jan, 1858 

Hydrellia Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830 

Hydwdamalis Retzius, 1 794 

Ictonyx Kaup, 1835 

Inachus Weber, 1 795 

Involutina Terquem, 1862 

Ixodes Latreille, 1795 

Latreutes Stimpson, 1860 

Lauria Gray, 1 840 

Leistes Vigors, 1825 

Leptocorisa Latreille, 1829 

Leptopsylla Jordan & Rothschild, 1911 

Lethocerus Mayr, 1853 

Ligur Sarato, 1885 

Lycaon Brookes, 1827 

Macropipus Prestandrea, 1833 

Mancinella Link, 1807 

Mellivora Storr, 1780 

Melursus Meyer, 1793 

Mesoplodon Gervais, 1850 

Metridia Boeck, 1865 

Metridium Blainville, 1824 

Morum [Roding], 1798 

Myotis Kaup, 1829 

Nobis Latreille, [1802] 

Nemagraptus Emmons, 1855 

Nephanes Thomson, 1859 

Neptis Fabricius, 1 807 

Omalaspis Giraud, 1860 

Ophiophagus Giinther, 1864 

Opisthocomus Illiger, 1811 

Orchelimum Audinet-Serville, 1838 

Orchestia Leach, 1814 

Orconectes Cope, 1872 

Oreophryne Boettger, 1 895 

Oryx Blainville, 1816 
Otina Gray, 1847 
Otocyon Miiller, 1836 
Palicus Philippi, 1838 
Paradoxurus Cuvier, 1821 
Parapandalus Borradaile, 1 899 



quadridens, Cancer, Fabricius, 1 793 
elata. Purpura, Blainville, 1832 
grandis, Psittacus, Gmelin, 1789 
caesius, Elanus, Savigny, 1 809 
parreysii, Elaphe, Fitzinger, 1833 
ambiguus, Elleipsocephalus, Zenker, 1833 
inornatus, Thamnotettix, Van Duzee, 1892 
ovidius, Hesperia, Fabricius, 1793 
woeberiana, Phalaena ( Tortrix), [Denis & 

Schiffermuller], 1775 
kotschii, Epixanthus, Heller, 1861 
spinifrons, Cancer, Herbst, 1785 
imperatoriae, Estheria, Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830 
obses, Eualus, Thallwitz, 1892 
olivacea, Euphonia, Desmarest, [1806] 
picta, Cicada, Fabricius, 1794 
amyntas, Papilio, [Denis & Schiffermuller], 1775 
coronata, Eolidia, Forbes & Goodsir, 1839 
alba, Eolis, Alder & Hancock, 1844 
arabicus, Fennecus, Desmarest, 1 804 
caerulea, Fundulus gularis, Boulenger, 1915 
equi. Oestrus, Clark, 1 797 
sonsinoii, Gastrodiscus, Cobbold, 1877 
nigricans, Genypterus, Philippi, 1857 
gracilis, Gyropus, Nitzsch, 1818 
rufitarsis, Dermestes, Panzer, [1796] 
ruber, Gnatocerus, Thunberg, 1814 
bispinosa, Ocypoda, Lamarck, 1801 
viride, Gonyosoma, Wagler, 1 828 
coronata, Columba, Linnaeus, 1766 
grandis, Gypaetus, Storr. 1784 
nisus, Haliaeetus, Savigny. 1809 
pondicerianus, Falco, Gmelin, 1788 
griseus, Halichoerus, Nilsson, 1820 
euryspilus, Helarctos, Horsfield, 1825 
styliferus, Gonodactylus, Milne Edwards, 1837 
spinifrons, Homola, Leach, 1815 
hygeiae, Coluber, Shaw. 1802 
aurifacies, Hydrellia, Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830 
stelleri, Hydwdamalis, Retzius, 1794 
capensis, Ictonyx, Kaup, 1835 
scorpio, Cancer, Fabricius, 1779 
jonesi, Involutina, Terquem & Piette, 1862 
reduvius, Acarus, Linnaeus, 1758 
ensiferus, Hippolyte, Milne Edwards, 1837 
umbilicata. Pupa, Draparnaud, [1801] 
americanus, Oriolus, Gmelin, 1788 
flavida, Leptocorisa, Guerin, 1831 
musculi, Pulex, Duges, 1832 
cordofanus, Lethocerus, Mayr, 1853 
edwardsii, Ligur, Sarato. 1885 
tricolor, Lycaon, Brookes, 1827 
macropipus, Portunus, Prestandrea, 1833 
aculeata, Mancinella, Link, 1807 
ratel, Viverra, Sparrman, 1777 
lybius, Melursus, Meyer, 1793 
sowerbensis, Delphinus, Blainville, 1817 
armata, Metridia, Boeck, 1865 
dianthus. Actinia, Ellis, 1768 
purpureum, Morum, [Roding], 1798 
murinus, Vespertilio, Schreber, [1775] 
vagans, Cimex, Fabricius, 1787 
elegans, Nemagrapsus, Emmons, 1855 
abbreviatella, Trichopleryx, Heer, 1841 
aceris, Papilio, Esper, [1783] 
noricus, Omalaspis, Giraud, 1860 
elaps, Hamadryas, Giinther, 1858 
cristatus, Phasianus, Gmelin, [1789] 
cuticulare, Orchelimum, Audinet-Serville, 1838 
littoreus, Cancer (Gammarus), Montagu, 1 808 
inermis, Orconectes, Cope, 1872 
senckenbergiana, Oreophryne, Boettger, 1895 

oryx, Antilope, Pallas, 1777 
otis, Helix, Turton, 1819 
caffer, Otocyon, Miiller, 1836 
granulatus, Palicus, Philippi, 1838 
typus, Paradoxurus, Cuvier, 1821 
serratifrons, Pandalus (Parapandalus), Borradaile, 
1899 



frascone, Cancer, Herbst, 1785 
cornus, Drupa, [Roding], 1798 
roratus, Psittacus, Miiller, 1776 
caeruleus, Falco, Desfontaines, [1789] 
sauromates, Coluber, Pallas, [1814] 
hoffii, Trilobites, Schlotheim, 1823 
sulphurella, Cicadula, Zetterstedt, 1 828 
cereus, Papilio, Linnaeus, 1767 
formosana, Phalaena, Scopoli, 1763 

frontalis, Ozius, Milne Edwards, 1834 
verrucosus, Cancer, Forsskal, 1775 
cristata, Dexia, Meigen, 1 826 
gaimardii, Hippolyte, Milne Edwards, 1837 
minuta, Euphonia, Cabanis, 1 849 
atropunctata. Cicada, Goeze. 1778 
argiades, Papilio, Pallas, 1771 
auriculata, Doris, Miiller, 1776 
branchialis, Doris, Rathke, 1806 
zerda, Canis, Zimmermann, 1780 
sjoestedti, Fundulus, Lonnberg, 1895 
intestinalis. Oestrus, de Geer, 1776 
aegyptiacum, Diplostomum, Cobbold, 1876 
chilensis, Conger, Guichenot, 1849 
porcelli, Pediculus, Schrank, 1781 
nigripes, Dermestes, Fabricius, 1 792 
cornuta, Trogosita, Fabricius, 1798 
rhomboides, Cancer, Linnaeus, 1758 
oxycephalus, Coluber, Boie, 1827 
cristata, Columba, Pallas, 1764 
aureus, Vultur, Hablizl, 1783 
albicilla, Falco, Linnaeus, 1758 
indus, Falco, Boddaert, 1783 
grypus, Phoca, Fabricius, 1791 
malayanus, Ursus, Raffles, 1821 
ensiger, Gonodactylus, Owen, 1832 
barbatus, Cancer, Fabricius, 1793 
lacteus, Coluber, Linnaeus, 1758 
flaviceps, Notiphila, Meigen, 1830 
gigas, Manati, Zimmermann, 1 780 
striatus, Bradypus, Perry, 1810 
dorsettensis, Cancer, Pennant, 1777 
liassicus, Nummulites, Jones, 1853 
ricinus, Acarus, Linnaeus, 1758 
fucorum, Palaemon, Fabricius, 1 798 
cylindraceus, Turbo, da Costa, 1778 
militaris, Emberiza, Linnaeus, 1 758 
acuta, Cimex, Thunberg, 1783 
segnis, Pulex, Schoenherr, 1811 
fakir, Belostoma, Gistl, [1848] 
ensiferus, Palemon, Risso, 1816 
picta. Hyaena, Temminck, 1820 
tuberculatus, Portunus, Roux, 1828 
alouina, Volema, [Roding], 1798 
capensis, Viverra, Schreber, [1776] 
ursinus, Bradypus, Shaw, 1791 
bidens, Physeter, Sowerby, 1804 
longus, Calanus, Lubbock, 1854 
senilis, Priapus, Linnaeus, 1761 
oniscus, Strombus, Linnaeus, 1767 
myotis, Vespertilio, Borkhausen, 1797 
ferus, Cimex, Linnaeus, 1758 
gracilis, Graptolithus, Hall, 1848 
titan, Trichopteryx, Newman, 1834 
hylas, Papilio, Linnaeus, 1758 
niger, Figites, Hartig, 1 840 
hannah, Naja, Cantor, 1836 
hoazin, Phasianus, Miiller, [1776] 
vulgare, Orchelimum, Harris, 1841 
gammarellus, Oniscus, Pallas, 1766 
pellucidus, Astacus, Tellkampf, 1 844 
moluccensis, Microhyla achatina, Peters & 

Doria, 1878 
gazella, Capra, Linnaeus, 1758 
ovatum, Galericulum, Brown, 1827 
megalotis, Canis, Desmarest, 1822 
caronii, Cymopolia, Roux, 1830 
hermaphroditus, Viverra, Pallas, [1777] 
spinipes, Plesionika, Bate, 1888 



90 



Valid Names of Type Species of Genera placed on the Official List prior to 1986 



Paraxanlhus Milne Edwards & 

Lucas, [1844] 
Periclimenes Costa, 1 844 
Persephona Leach, 1817 
Pezoporus Illiger, 1811 
Phaenopsectra Kieffer, 1921 
Philotrypesis Forster, 1 878 
Pilumnopeus Milne Edwards, 1867 
Pisa [Leach, 1814] 
Pisania Bivona, 1832 
Planes Bowditch, 1825 
Platycercus Vigors, 1825 
Platymantis Giinther, 1858 
Plesionika Bate, 1888 
Podophthalmns Lamarck, 1801 
Potamon Savigny, 1816 
Proteles Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1824 
Psodos Treitschke, 1 825 
Pteronura Gray, 1837 
Ptyelus Lepeletier & Serville, 1828 
Pupil la Fleming, 1828 
Pyrgomorpha Audinet-Serville, [1838] 
Pyrgus Hiibner, [1819] 
Rhantus Dejean, 1833 
Rhizoglyphus Claparede, 1869 
Rhopalum Stephens, 1829 
Rhynchium Spinola, 1806 
Rhypodes Stal, 1868 
Runcina Forbes, 1851 
Sardina Antipa, 1904 
Sawn Thallwitz, 1891 
Segmentina Fleming, 1818 
Semele Schumacher, 1817 
Semiaphis Van der Goot, 1913 
Sicyonia Milne Edwards, 1830 
Solenocera Lucas, 1 849 
Spindalis Jardine & Selby, 1836 
Striglina Guenee, 1877 
Strongyloides Grassi, 1 879 
Struthiolaria Lamarck, 1816 
Subestea Cotton, 1944 
Suricata Desmarest, 1804 
Synalpheus Bate, 1888 
Tarsius Storr, 1780 
Taxidea Waterhouse, [1839] 
Tectarius Valenciennes, [1832] 
Telmessus White, 1846 
Tethya Lamarck, [1814] 
Tetraclaenodon Scott, 1892 
Tetragraptus Salter, 1 863 
Tetrahymena Furgason, 1940 
Tetrastichus Haliday, 1 844 
Thais [Roding], 1798 
Thalarctos Gray, 1825 
Thalassina Latreille, 1 806 
Thenus Leach, 1815 
Theodoxus, Montfort, 1810 
Thia Leach, 1815 
Thraupis Boie, 1 826 
Trachycaris Caiman, 1 906 
Triatoma Laporte, [1832] 
Trinoton Nitzsch, 1818 
Troglocaris Dormitzer, 1853 
Trophon Montfort, 1810 
Truncatella Risso, 1826 



barbiger, Gecarcinus, Poeppig. 1836 



hirtipes, Paraxanlhus, Milne Edwards 
& Lucas, [1844] 

insignis, Periclimenes, Costa, 1 844 

latreillei, Persephona, Leach, 1817 

formosus, Psitlacus, Latham, 1790 

leucolabis, Chironomus, Kieffer, 1915 

longieauda, Philotrypesis, Forster, 1878 

crassimanus, Pilumnopeus, Milne Edwards, 1867 

biaculeatus, Cancer, Montagu, 1813 

strialula, Pisania. Bivona, 1832 

clypealus, Planes, Bowditch, 1825 

pennantii, Psittacus, Latham, 1790 

pliciferus, Platymantis, Giinther, 1858 

uniproducta, Plesionika, Bate, 1888 

spinosus, Podophlalmus, Lamarck, 1801 

fluvialile, Potamon, Savigny, 1816 

lalandii, Proteles, Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1824 

equestrata, Phalaena, Fabricius, 1777 

sambachii, Pteronura, Gray, 1837 

ferrumequinum, Ptyelus, Lepeletier & Serville, 1828 

marginata. Pupa, Draparnaud, [1801] 

rosea, Truxalis, Charpentier, 1825 

alveolus, Papilio, Hiibner, [1800-1803] 

pulverosus, Colymbetes, Stephens, 1828 

robini, Rliizoglyphus, Claparede, 1869 

rufiventris, Crabro, Panzer, 1799 

europaeum, Rygchium, Spinola, 1806 

zealandicus, Nysius, Dallas, 1852 

hancocki, Runcina, Forbes, 1851 

dobrogica, Sardina, Antipa, 1904 

gibberosus, Hippolyte, Milne Edwards, 1837 

lacustris, Nautilus, Lightfoot, 1786 

reticulata, Semele, Schumacher, 1817 

carolae. Aphis, Koch, 1854 

sculpta, Sicyonia, Milne Edwards, 1 830 

siphonoceros, Peneus, Philippi, 1840 

bilineatus, Spindalis, Jardine & Selby, 1 836 

lineola, Striglina, Guenee, 1877 

intestinalis, Angui/lula. Bavay, 1877 

nodulosa, Struthiolaria, Lamarck, 1816 

seminodosa, Alvania, May, 1916 

capensis, Suricata, Desmarest, 1804 

falcatus, Synalpheus, Bate, 1888 

tarsier, Lemur, Erxleben, 1777 

labradorius, Ursus, Gmelin, 1788 

coronatus, Tectarius, Valenciennes, [1832] 

serratus, Telmessus, White, 1 846 

lyncurium, Alcyonium, Linnaeus, 1767 

ftoverianus, Mioclaenus, Cope, 1888 

bryonoides, Graptolithus, Hall, 1858 

geleii, Tetrahymena, Furgason, 1940 

attalus, Cirrospilus, Walker, 1839 

fucus, Murex, Gmelin, [1791] 

polaris, Thalarctos, Gray, 1825 

scorpionides, Thalassina, Latreille, 1806 

indicus, Thenus, Leach, 1815 

lutetianus, Theodoxus, Montfort, 1810 

polita, Thia, Leach, 1815 

archiepiscopus, Tanagra, Desmarest, 1806 

rugosus, Platybema, Bate, 1888 

gigas, Reduvius, Fabricius, 1775 

conspurcatum, Liotheum (Trinoton), Nitzsch, 1818 

schmidti, Troglocaris, Dormitzer, 1853 

magellanicus, Murex, Gmelin, 1791 

laevigata, Truncatella, Risso, 1826 
Truncatella costulata Risso, 1826 (a junior subjective synonym of Helix subcylindrica Linnaeus. 1767) recorded as the type species 
of Truncatella Risso, 1826 (Op. 1664) 

sanguinis, Trypanosoma, Gruby, 1 843 

monitor, Tupinambis, Daudin, 1802 

virginianus, Canis, Schreber, [1776] 

rosalia, Vallonia, Risso, 1826 

musicus, Vireo, Vieillot, 1807 

sarmatica, Mustela, Pallas, 1771 

pulchella, Xaiva, MacLeay, 1838 

pura, Xenocrepis, Mayr, 1904 

laevigata, Xenophora, Fischer von Waldheim. 1807 

harttii, Xiphopeneus, Smith, 1869 

hypsipyle, Papilio, Fabricius, 1776 



Trypanosoma Gruby, 1 843 

Tupinambis Daudin, 1802 

Urocyon Baird, 1857 

Vallonia Risso, 1826 

Vireo Vieillot, 1807 

Vormela Blasius, 1884 

Xaiva MacLeay, 1838 

Xenocrepis Foerster, 1 856 

Xenophora Fischer von Waldheim, 1 807 

Xiphopenaeus Smith, 1 869 

Zerynthia Ochsenheimer, 1816 



amethystea. Alpheus. Risso, 1826 

punctatus. Cancer. Linnaeus, 1758 

wallicus, Psitlacus, Kerr, 1792 

flavipes. Chironomus, Meigen. 1818 

caricae, Cynips. Linnaeus, 1762 

serratifrons, Ozius. Kinahan, 1858 

armata, Maja, Latreille. [1802] 

striata, Voluta, Gmelin. 1791 

rninutus. Cancer, Linnaeus. 1758 

elegans. Psitlacus. Gmelin, 1788 

corrugatus, Hylodes. Dumeril, 1853 

ensis, Acanthephyra, Milne Edwards, 1881 

vigil, Portunus, Weber, 1 795 

potamios. Cancer, Olivier. 1803-1804 

cristata, Viverra, Sparrman, 1783 

quadrifaria, Phalaena, Sulzer, 1776 

brasiliensis, Mustela lulris, Gmelin, 1788 

flavescens, Tettigonia, Fabricius, 1794 

muscorum. Turbo, Linnaeus, 1758 

conicum, Acrydium. Olivier, 1791 

malvae, Papilio, Linnaeus, 1758 

suturalis, Colymbetes, MacLeay, 1825 

echinopus, Tyroglyphus. Fumouze & Robin. 1868 

clavipes, Sphex, Linnaeus, 1758 

oculata, Vespa. Fabricius, 1781 

clavicornis. Lygaeus, Fabricius, 1794 

coronata, Pelta, Quatrefages. 1844 

pilchardus, Clupea, Walbaum, 1792 

marmoralus, Palaemon, Olivier, 1811 

nitidus, Planorbis. Miiller, 1774 

proficua, Tellina, Pulteney. 1799 

dauci, Aphis, Fabricius, 1775 

carinatus. Cancer, Briinnich, 1768 

membranaceus, Peneus, Risso, 1816 

nigricephala, Tanagra, Jameson, 1835 

scilaria, Drepanodes, Walker, 1862 

stercorals, Rliabditis, Bavay, 1876 

papillosum, Buccin[um], Martyn, 1784 

australiae, Cingula, Frauenfeld. 1867 

suricata, Viverra, Schreber, [1776] 

comalularum, Alpheus, Haswell, 1882 

syrichta, Simla, Linnaeus, 1 758 

taxus, Ursus, Schreber, [1777] 

grandinatus, Trochus, Gmelin. 1791 

cheiragonus. Cancer, Tilesius, 1815 

aurantium, Alcyonium, Pallas, 1766 

puercensis, Phenacodus, Cope, 1881 

serra, Fucoides, Brongniart, 1 828 

pyriformis, Leucophrys, Ehrenberg, 1830 

miser, Eulophus, Nees, 1834 

nodosa, Nerita, Linnaeus. 1758 

maritimus, Ursus, Linnaeus, 1758 

anomalus, Cancer (Astacus), Herbst, 1804 

orientalis, Scyllarus, Lund. 1793 

fluvialilis, Nerita, Linnaeus, 1758 

scule/lala, Hippa, Fabricius, 1793 

ornata, Tanagra, Sparrman, 1789 

restricta, Hippolyte. Milne Edwards, 1878 

rubrofasciatus. Cimex. de Geer, 1773 

anserinus, Pediculus. Fabricius, 1805 

anophthalmia, Palaemon. Kollar, 1848 

geversianum, Buccinum. Pallas, 1774 

subcylindrica. Helix, Linnaeus, 1 767 



rotatoria, Amoeba, Mayer. 1843 

teguixin, Lacerta, Linnaeus, 1758 

cinereoargenteus, Canis, Schreber. [1776] 

pulchella. Helix, Miiller. 1774 

grisea, Tanagra, Boddaert, 1783 

peregusna, Mustela, Guldenstaedt, 1770 

bigullatus, Portunus, Risso. 1816 

morys, Ptewmalus. Walker. 1 848 

conchyliophorus. Trochus, Born, 1780 

kroyeri, Penaeus, Heller, 1862 

polyxena, Papilio, [Denis & Schiffermiiller], 1775 



EMENDMENTS TO NAMES AND WORKS LISTED IN 
OFFICIAL LISTS AND INDEXES OF NAMES AND WORKS IN ZOOLOGY 

(1987) 



This section details emendments to a number of names and 
works placed on the Official Lists and Indexes prior to 1986 
and listed in the Official Lists and Indexes of Names and 
Works in Zoology (1987); the page references to that book are 
given. Some of these emendments have been ruled upon in 
Opinions published in volumes 43 (1986) to 57 (2000) of the 
Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature; these are indicated by the 
Opinion number at the end of entries. Other emendments are 
corrections of fact in the original entries and do not have an 
Opinion number. The earlier authorship of some names 
(mainly at family-group rank) has not been incorporated since 
the Commission and the Secretariat have not had an 
opportunity to consider the implications, and in some 
systematic groups the earliest authorships have not been fully 
investigated. 

Page 7. BITHINIADAE Gray, 1857 - delete entry on Official 
Index. Op. 1664 

Page 7. BITHYNIIDAE Gray, 1857 - delete '(correction of 
BITHINIADAE) Gray, 1857, in Turton, Manual land & 
freshwater Shells brit. Islands (ed. 3): xiii, 24'; substitute 
'Troschel, 1857, Das Gebiss der Schnecken zur Begrundung 
einer natiirlich Classification, vol. 1(2), p. 101'; delete 'for 
use by those who do not place Bithynia Leach in a family- 
group taxon having an older name'. Op. 1664 

Page 9. CERATINIDAE Latreille, 1802 - entry on Official 
List emended to record the ruling under the plenary power 
that it and other family-group names based on Ceratina 
Latreille, 1802 are not to be given priority over 
ANTHOPHORIDAE Dahlbom, 1835 and other family- 
group names based on Anthophora Latreille, 1803. Op. 1713 

Page 14. EPHYDRIDAE Zetterstedt, 1837 - entry on Official 
List emended to record the ruling under the plenary power 
that it and other family-group names based on Ephydra 
Fallen, 1810 are to be given precedence over 
GYMNOMYZIDAE Latreille, 1829 and other family- 
group names based on Gymnomyza Fallen, 1810 (a junior 
subjective synonym of Mosillus Latreille, 1804) whenever 
Ephydra and Mosillus or Gymnomyza are placed in the 
same family-group taxon. Op. 1748 

Page 18. IDOTEIDAE Samouelle, 1819 - delete '(Crustacea, 
Decapoda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, Isopoda)' 

Page 19. LEPIDOMYSIDAE Clarke, 1961 - delete 
'(Crustacea, Decapoda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, 
Mysidacea)' 

Page 19. LEPTOSOMATINI Filipjev, 1916 - delete entry on 
Official Index 

Page 21. MESIDOTEINI Racovitza & Sevastos, 1910 - delete 
'(Crustacea, Decapoda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, Isopoda)' 

Page 22. MICROSPORIDAE Reichardt, 1976 - entry on 
Official List emended to read 'MICROSPORIDAE Crotch, 
1873 (type genus: Microsporus Kolenati, 1846)'. Op. 1957 

Page 23. ODONTASPIDIDAE Miffler & Henle, [1839] - entry 
on Official List emended to record the ruling under the 
plenary power that the name and other family-group names 
based on Odontaspis Agassiz, 1838 are to be given 
precedence over CARCHARIIDAE Miiller & Henle, [1839] 
and other family-group names based on Carcharias 
Rafinesque, 1810 whenever their type genera are placed in 
the same family-group taxon. Op. 1459 



Page 32. SPHAERIIDAE Erichson, 1845 - entry on Official 
Index emended to read 'SPHAERIIDAE Erichson, 1845, 
an incorrect original spelling following the ruling under the 
plenary power that for the purposes of Article 29 of the 
Code the stem of the generic name Sphaerius Waltl, 1838 is 
SPHAERIUS-'. Op. 1957 

Page 32. SPHAERIIDAE Jeffreys, 1862 (1820) - entry on 
Official List emended to read 'SPHAERIIDAE Deshayes, 
1854 (1820), Catalogue of the Conchifera or bivalve shells in 
the collection of the British Museum, part 2, p. 261'. Op. 
1957 

Page 37. TRUNCATELLIDAE Gray, 1840 - entry on Official 
List emended to record the ruling under the plenary power 
that it and other family-group names based on Truncatella 
Risso, 1826 are not to be given priority over RISSOIDAE 
Gray, 1847 and other family-group names based on Rissoa 
Desmarest, 1814 whenever their type genera are placed in 
the same family-group taxon. Op. 1664 

Page 37. UMBELLULAE Lindahl, 1874 - entry on Official 
Index deleted. Op. 1903 

Page 37. UMBELLULARIIDAE Lindahl, 1874 - entry on 
Official List deleted. Op. 1903 

Page 37. UMBELLULEAE Kolliker, 1875 - entry on Official 
Index deleted. Op. 1903 

Page 38. XYLOCOPIDAE Lepeletier, 1841 - entry on Official 
List emended to record authorship of Latreille, 1802, and 
the ruling under the plenary power that it and other family- 
group names based on Xylocopa Latreille, 1802 are not to 
be given priority over ANTHOPHORIDAE Dahlbom, 
1835 and other family-group names based on Anthophora 
Latreille, 1803 whenever their type genera are placed in the 
same family-group taxon. Op. 1713 

Page 53. Balea Gray, 1824 - delete 'type species, by 
designation by Herrmannsen, 1846 (Indicis Gen. Malacoz. 
Primordia 1: 103): Pupa fragilis Draparnaud, [1801], Tabl. 
Moll, terrestr. fluviat. France: 64)'; substitute 'type species, 
by subsequent designation by Turton, 1831, A manual of 
the land and fresh-water shells of the British Islands ..., p. 7: 
Turbo perversus Linnaeus, 1758'. Op. 1718 

Page 55. Binoculus Geoffroy, 1764 - delete entry on Official 
Index. Op. 1754 

Page 55. Binoculus Miiller, 1776 - delete 'Miiller, 1776, Zool. 
dan. Prodr:. 200'; substitute 'Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee 
des insectes qui se trouvent aux environs de Paris, vol. 2, 
p. 658'. Op. 1754 

Page 62. Carcharias Rafinesque, 1809 - entry on Official Index 
deleted and the name placed on Official List by the ruling 
under the plenary power, with the date 1810 (gender: 
masculine) (type species, by monotypy: Carcharias taurus 
Rafinesque, 1810), ruled under the plenary power not to 
be given priority over Odontaspis Agassiz, 1838 when- 
ever the two names are considered to be synonyms 
(Chondrichthyes). Op. 1459 

Page 68. Choloepus Illiger, 1811 - entry on Official List 
emended to record Bradypus didactylus Linnaeus, 1758 as 
type species by subsequent designation by Gray, 1827, 
Synopsis of the species of the Class Mammalia ..., vol. 5 in 
Griffith, E., Smith, C.H. & Pidgeon, E. (Eds.), The animal 
kingdom arranged in conformity with its organisation, by the 
Baron Cuvier ..., p. 275. Op. 1922 



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Page 74. Crabro Geoffroy, 1762 - entry on Official Index 
emended to confirm that all uses of the name Crabro prior 
to the publication of Crabro Fabricius, 1775 are suppressed 
for the purposes of both the Principle of Priority and the 
Principle of Homonymy. Op. 1754 

Page 75. Crenitis Bedel, 1881 - entry on Official List emended 
to record gender as feminine, not masculine. Op. 1891 

Page 75. Crioceris Mullen 1764 - delete 'Muller, 1764, Fauna 
insecta Fridrich: xiii'; substitute 'Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire 
abregee des insectes qui se trouvent aux environs de Paris, 
vol. 1, p. 237'. Op. 1754 

Page 76. Cryptus Fabricius, 1804 - entry on Official List 
emended to record suppression under the plenary power of 
Cryptus Panzer, 1804, a senior homonym. Op. 1757 

Page 85. Dyticus Muller, 1776 - delete 'Miiller, 1776, Zool. 
dan. Prodr:. 69'; substitute 'Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire 
abregee des insectes qui se trouvent aux environs de Paris, 
vol. 1, p. 185'. Op. 1754 

Page 109. ldotea Fabricius, 1798 - delete '(Crustacea, Deca- 
poda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, Isopoda)' 

Page 111. Jaera [Leach, 1814] - delete '(Crustacea, Deca- 
poda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, Isopoda)' 

Page 113. Ledra Fabricius, 1803 - delete '(Insecta, Ortho- 
ptera)'; substitute '(Insecta, Homoptera)' 

Page 1 14. Lepidomysis Clarke, 1961 - delete '(Crustacea, Deca- 
poda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, Mysidacea)' 

Page 123. Mantis Linnaeus, 1767 - delete 'Linnaeus, 1767, 
Syst. Nat. (ed. 12) 1(2): 689'; substitute 'Linnaeus, 1758, 
Systema Naturae, Ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 425, ruled under the 
plenary power to be an available genus-group name'; type 
species ruled under the plenary power to be by subsequent 
designation by Latreille. 1810, Considerations generates sur 
I'ordre naturel des animaux composant les classes des 
crustaces, des arachnides et des insectes, pp. 247, 433: 
Gryllus religiosus Linnaeus, 1758. Op. 1754 

Page 125. Mesidotea Richardson, 1905 - add reference to 
Addendum to Opinion 643, Bulletin of Zoological Nomen- 
clature, 21: 92-93 

Page 125. Mesopodopsis Czerniavsky, 1882 -delete '(Crustacea, 
Decapoda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, Mysidacea)' 

Page 133. Octopus Cuvier, [1797] - entry on Official List 
emended to record that the type species by absolute 
tautonymy is Sepia octopus Gmelin, [1791], suppressed 
senior objective synonym of Octopus vulgaris Cuvier, 
[1797]. Op. 1861 

Page 134. Odontaspis Agassiz, 1838 - entry on Official List 
emended to record the ruling under the plenary power that 
the name is to be given precedence over Carcharias 
Rafinesque, 1810 whenever the two names are considered to 
be synonyms. Op. 1459 

Page 135. Oniscus Linnaeus, 1758 - delete 'by designation by 
Stiles, 1928 (Smithson. misc. Coll. 73 (No. 5): 27'; substitute 
'by designation by Audouin, 1823, Cloporte. Oniscus. In 
Bory de Saint- Vincent (Ed.), Dictionnaire classique 
d'histoire naturelle, vol. 4, p. 222'. Op. 1837 

Page 136. Orgyia Ochsenheimer, 1810 - to be recorded as 
placed on Official List in Op. 1283 

Page 139. Pachylops Fieber, 1858 - entry on Official List 
emended to record that the designation under the plenary 
power in 1954 of Litosoma bicolor Douglas & Scott, 1868 
as the type species of Pachylops is set aside under the 
plenary power, and that the type species by monotypy is 
Capsus chloropterus Kirschbaum, 1856, invalid senior 
subjective synonym of Litosoma virescens Douglas & Scott, 
1865. Op. 1943 



Page 140. Pan Oken, 1816 - emend date and reference for 
Simla troglodytes Blumenbach to read '1775. De generis 
humani varietate nativa, p. 37'; add reference to Corrigenda. 
Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 45: 304 

Page 143. Patanga Uvarov, 1923 - entry on Official List 
emended to record the ruling under the plenary power that 
the name is not to be given priority over Nomadacris 
Uvarov. 1923 whenever the two names are considered to be 
synonyms. Op. 1454 

Page 158. Pterophorus Schaffer. 1766 - delete 'Schaffer. 1766, 
Elementa Entomological Tab. 104, figs. 2, 3'; substitute 
'Geoffroy, 1762, Histoire abregee des insectes qui se trouvent 
aux environs de Paris, vol. 2, p. 90'; delete 'type species, by 
designation by Whalley, 1961 (Bull. zool. Nomencl. 18: 
159)'; substitute 'type species, ruled under the plenary 
power to be by subsequent designation by Curtis, 1827, 
British entomology, vol. 4, text for pi. 161: Phalaena 
pentadactyla Linnaeus, 1758'. Op. 1754 

Page 163. Saduria Adams, 1852 - delete 'validated under the 
plenary powers'; delete '(Crustacea, Decapoda)': substitute 
'(Crustacea, Isopoda)'; add reference to Addendum to 
Opinion 643, Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 21: 
92-93 

Page 164. Sarmartium Dana, 1851 - delete 'Sarmartium'; 
substitute 'Sarmatium 

Page 169. Sphaerius Waltl, 1838 - entry on Official Index 
deleted and the name (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Sphaerius acaroides Waltl, 1838) placed on 
Official List (Coleoptera). Op. 1957 

Page 170. Spirula Lamarck, 1799 - delete "(Cephalopoda. 
Decapoda)'; substitute '(Cephalopoda, Coleoidea)' 

Page 175. Teius Merrem, 1820 - after reference for Teius viridis 
Merrem, 1820, add 'junior synonym of teyou, Laccrta. 
Daudin, 1802' 

Page 176. Tetigonia Blanchard, 1852 - entry on Official Index 
deleted. Op. 1754 

Page 176. Tetigonia Fourcroy, 1785 - entry on Official Index 
deleted. Op. 1754 

Page 176. Tetigonia Geoffroy, 1762 - entry on Official Index 
emended to record suppression under the plenary power for 
the purposes of the Principle of Priority but not for those 
of the Principle of Homonymy. Op. 1 754 

Page 178. Tinaea Geoffroy, 1762 - entry on Official Index 
emended to record the name as a junior objective synonym 
of Tinea Linnaeus, 1758. Op. 1754 

Page 181. Truncatella Risso, 1826 - entry on Official List 
emended to record that the type species, by subsequent 
designation by Lowe, 1855. Proceedings of the Zoological 
Society of London, 22: 217 is Truncatella costulata Risso. 
1 826, a junior subjective synonym of Helix subcylindrica 
Linnaeus, 1767. Op. 1664 

Page 182. Tubulanus Renier, [1804] - entry on Official Index 
deleted and the name placed on Official List, being ruled 
under the plenary power to be published and available from 
its use by Renier, [1804], Prospetto delta Classe dei Vermi, p. 
20, despite that work having been rejected in Opinion 316 as 
not properly published (gender: masculine) (type species, by 
monotypy: Tubulanus polymorphus Renier, [1804]). Op. 1486 

Page 183. Umbellularia Lamarck, 1801 - entry on Official List 
emended to record its deletion from Official List and placed 
on Official Index, being a junior objective synonym of 
Umbellula Cuvier, [1797]. Op. 1903 

Page 192. albifrons, Jaera, [Leach, 1814] - delete '(Crustacea. 
Decapoda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, Isopoda)' 



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Page 194. anatinus. Mytilus, Linnaeus, 1758 - add 'as defined 
by the neotype (no. 1989.164 in the Natural History 
Museum, London, from Llangynidr, Brecon, Wales) desig- 
nated by Mordan & Woodward, 1990, Bulletin of Zoo- 
logical Nomenclature, 47: 112'. Op. 1651 

Page 197. asellus, Oniscus, Linnaeus, 1758 - add 'as defined by 
the neotype (male specimen, catalogue no. 1994.3341 in the 
Crustacea Section of the Natural History Museum, 
London, from the Linnetradgarden, Uppsala, Sweden) 
designated under the plenary power'. Op. 1837 

Page 197. asparagi, Chrysomela, Linnaeus, 1758 - delete 
'Crioceris Miiller, 1764'; substitute 'Crioceris Geoffroy, 
1762'. Op. 1754 

Page 199. aurita, Cicada, Linnaeus, 1758 - delete '(Insecta, 
Orthoptera)'; substitute '(Insecta, Homoptera)' 

Page 200. balthicus, Oniscus, Pallas, 1772 - delete '(Crustacea, 
Decapoda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, Isopoda)' 

Page 202. bicolor, Litosoma, Douglas & Scott, 1868 - entry on 
Official List emended to delete reference to it as the specific 
name of the type species of Pachylops Fieber, 1858, this 
designation having been set aside under the plenary power. 
Op. 1943 

Page 206. Camilla. Papilio, Linnaeus, 1763 - entry on Official 
List emended to record the date of publication as 1764 and 
that it is the type species of Ladoga Moore, [1898]. Op. 
1917 

Page 211. cinereus, Dytiscus, Linnaeus, 1758 - entry on Official 
List emended to record that the neotype noted in Opinion 
618 is set aside under the plenary power and a replacement 
neotype (specimen in the Lund Museum, Sweden, bearing 
identification labels as Graphoderus cinereus (Linnaeus, 
1758) by Angus, Foster & Nilsson plus the locality data 'S: 
NA, Kvismaren 11/6 1982 Leg. Fagelstn' and red labels 
'Neotypus' and 'Neotype male symbol Dytiscus cinereus 
Linnaeus, 1758 des. A. Nilsson 1986') designated under the 
plenary power. Op. 1 543 

Page 212. clavicornis. Cicada, Fabricius, 1794 - entry on 
Official List emended to record its conservation by 
suppression under the plenary power of the specific names 
of Cimex aequinoctialis Scopoli, 1763 and Cicada 
quadristriata Gmelin, 1790. Op. 1935 

Page 216. crassum, Sarmartium, Dana, 1851 - delete 'Sar- 
martium'; substitute 'Sarmatium' 

Page 219. cygneus, Mytilus, Linnaeus, 1758 - add 'as defined 
by the lectotype (shell inscribed '218' and 'cygneus' in 
Linnaeus's handwriting, in the collection of the Linnean 
Society of London) designated by Bloomer, 1938, Journal 
of Conchology, 21: 39'. Op. 1651 

Page 223. draparnaldi, Helicella, Beck, 1837 - entry on Official 
Index emended to record that the original generic 
combination was with Helix and not Helicella. Op 1924 

Page 223. draparnaudi, Helicella, Beck, 1837 - entry on 
Official List emended to record that the original generic 
combination was with Helix and not Helicella. Op 1924 

Page 225. emarginata, Cymothoa, Fabricius, 1793 - delete 
'(Crustacea, Decapoda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, Isopoda)' 

Page 225. encrinus, Isis, Linnaeus, 1758 - entry on Official List 
emended to record as the type species of Umbellula Cuvier, 
[1797]. Op. 1903 

Page 225. entelloides, Hylobates, Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1842 
- entry on Official List emended to record its conservation 
by suppression under the plenary power of the specific 
names of Simia longimana Schreber, [1774] and Simia 
albimana Vigors & Horsfield, 1828. Op. 1736 



Page 225. entomon, Oniscus, Linnaeus, 1758 - delete 
'(Crustacea, Decapoda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, Isopoda)'; 
add reference to Addendum to Opinion 643, Bulletin of 
Zoological Nomenclature, 21: 92-93 

Page 229. fasciata. Rana, Smith, 1849 - entry on Official List 
emended to record as the type species of Strongylopus 
Tschudi, 1838, designated under the plenary power. Op. 
1920 

Page 234. geinitzianus, Gladiolites, Barrande, 1850 - entry on 
Official List emended to record its establishment on p. 69 
(not p. 68), and that it is defined by the neotype (specimen 
no. L31612 in the National Museum, Prague, figured by 
Boucek & Munch, 1944, Rozpravy II. Tridy Ceske 
Akademie, 53: pi. 3, figs. 2-4) designated under the plenary 
power. Op. 1901 

Page 254. mackloti, Liasis, Dumeril & Bibron, 1844 - entry on 
Official List emended to record its designation under the 
plenary power as the type species of Liasis Gray, 1842. Op. 
1514 

Page 258. mexicanus, Gryinus, Shaw, 1789 - delete 'Gryinus' 
and '1789'; substitute 'Gyrinus' and '1798' 

Page 264. neglecta, Idothea, Sars, 1897 - delete '(Crustacea, 
Decapoda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, Isopoda)' 

Page 265. nitidula, Helix, Draparnaud, [1805] - entry on 
Official List emended to record the ruling under the 
plenary power that the taxon is defined by the neotype 
(specimen no. 86934 in the Naturhistorisches Museum, 
Vienna) designated under the plenary power. Op. 1822 

Page 273. pentadactyla, Phalaena, Linnaeus, 1758 - delete 
'specific name of type species of Pterophorus Schaffer, 
1766'; substitute 'specific name of type species of Ptero- 
phorus Geoffroy, 1762'. Op. 1754 

Page 279. punctata, Lepralia, Hassall, 1841 - entry on Official 
List emended to record that the neotype designated in 
Opinion 1016 is set aside under the plenary power and a 
replacement neotype (specimen no. BMNH 1985.11.20.1 in 
the Natural History Museum, London, illustrated in 
Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 43: 289, fig. D) is 
designated by the Commission. Op. 1499 

Page 283. reducta, Limenitis Camilla, Staudinger, 1901 - entry 
on Official List emended to record the ruling that the name 
Papilio camillus Cramer, [1780] and all uses of that name 
prior to the publication of Papilio camillus Fabricius, 1781 
are suppressed under the plenary power for the purposes of 
both the Principle of Priority and the Principle of 
Homonymy. Op. 1917 

Page 283. religiosus, Gryllus, Linnaeus, 1758 - delete 'Mantis 
Linnaeus, 1767'; substitute 'Mantis Linnaeus, 1758'. Op. 
1754 

Page 291. servatus, Lepidophthalmus, Fage, 1924 - delete 
'(Crustacea, Decapoda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, Mysid- 
acea)' 

Page 293. sinensis, Trionyx, Wiegmann, 1835 - entry on 
Official List emended to record the date as 1834, not 1835, 
and its conservation by suppression under the plenary 
power of the specific name of Testudo rostrata Thunberg, 
1787. Op. 1659 

Page 293. slabberi, Podopsis, Van Beneden, 1861 - delete 
'(Crustacea, Decapoda)'; substitute '(Crustacea, 
Mysidacea)' 

Page 297. subcylindrica, Helix, Linnaeus, 1767 - entry on 
Official List emended to record the name as the senior 
subjective synonym of Truncatella costulata Risso, 1826, 
the type species of Truncatella Risso, 1826. Op. 1664 



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Page 300. terrestris, Apis, Linnaeus, 1758 - entry on Official 
List emended to record the ruling under the plenary power 
that the taxon is defined by the neotype (the queen specimen 
with a red label reading 'NEOTYPE Apis terrestris L., 
1758', a white label reading 'Upl. Radmanso Vasternas 
7.8.1970 leg. S. Erlandsson', a white label reading 'Bombus 
terrestris (L.) A. Loken det.', and a blue label reading 
'Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet Stockholm Loan 262/94") 
designated under the plenary power. Op. 1828 

Page 300. teyou, Lacerta, Daudin, 1802 - delete 'specific name 
of type species of Teius Merrem, 1820'; substitute 'senior 
synonym of Teius viridis Merrem, 1820, the type species of 
Tern Merrem, 1820' 

Page 301. tigrina, Salamandra, Green, 1825 -delete 'Shaw, 
1789'; substitute 'Shaw, 1798' 

Page 302. triangulum, Coluber, Lacepede, 1788 - entry on 
Official List emended to record the ruling under the 
plenary power that the name is available despite being 
published in a work ruled to be unavailable. Op. 1463 

Page 303. troglodytes, Simla, Blumenbach, 1779 - emend date 
and reference to read '1775, De generis humani varletate 
nativa, p. 37'; add reference to Corrigenda, Bulletin of 
Zoological Nomenclature, 45: 304 



Page 310. vulgare, Octopus, Cuvier, [1797] - entry on Official 
List emended to record Octopus vulgaris [recte] as the valid 
junior objective synonym of Sepia octopus Gmelin, [1791], 
the type species of Octopus Cuvier, [1797], Op. 1861 

Page 318. Geoffrey (E.L.). 1762. Histoire abregee des insectes 
qui se trouvent aux environs de Paris - entry on the Official 
Index deleted and work placed on the Official List with an 
endorsement to reflect the ruling under the plenary power 
that, notwithstanding the use of polynominal specific 
names, the generic names published in the work, but not 
the specific names or nomenclatural acts, are deemed to be 
available. Op. 1754 

Page 319. Linck (J.H.). 1783-1787. Index Musaei Linckiani ... 
- delete 'suppressed under the plenary powers for 
nomenclatural purposes'; substitute 'rejected for 
nomenclatural purposes because the author did not apply 
the principles of binominal nomenclature' 

Page 319. Miiller (P.L.S.). 1766. Deliciae Naturae selectae ... - 
delete 'suppressed under the plenary powers for nomen- 
clatural purposes'; substitute 'rejected for nomenclatural 
purposes because the author did not apply the principles of 
binominal nomenclature' 

Page 319. Moehring (P.H.G). 1758. Geslachten der Vogelen 
(suppressed under the plenary power for nomenclatural 
purposes) - additional entry to Official Index. Ops. 241, 
801 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX OF NAMES ON OFFICIAL LISTS 



All family-group, generic and specific names placed on the Official Lists before 2001 are given under the following 
systematic groups. Those placed on the Official Lists between 1986 and 2000 inclusive (listed in this Supplement) 
are shown in bold type. Names placed on the Official Lists prior to 1986 (listed in the 1987 volume) are shown in 
non-bold type, except when they have been emended and are then shown in bold type with an asterisk. Details of a 
name can be found in the 1987 volume if the name in this systematic index is in non-bold type, and in this volume 
if it is in bold type, in the emendments section (on page 91) if it has an asterisk. 



Page 

Acanthocephala 95 

Agnatha 95 

Amphibia 95 

Anthozoa 96 

Arachnida 96 

Archaeocyatha 97 

Ascidiacea 97 

Asteroidea 97 

Aves 97 

Bivalvia 99 

Brachiopoda 100 

Bryozoa 100 

Caudofoveata 100 

Cephalopoda 101 

Cestoda 102 

Chaetognatha 102 

Chilopoda 102 

Chondrichthyes 102 

Ciliophora 102 

Coccolithophorida 102 

Conodonta 102 

Crinoidea 102 

Crustacea 

Amphipoda 103 

Archaeostraca 103 

Branchiopoda 103 

Cirripedia 103 

Copepoda 103 

Cumacea 103 

Decapoda 103 

Isopoda 108 

Mysidacea 108 

Ostracoda 108 

Stomatopoda 109 

Tanaidacea 109 

Cystoidea 109 

Digenea 109 

Diplopoda 109 

Echinoidea 109 

Echiuroidea 109 

Eocrinoidea 109 

Flagellata 109 

Gastropoda 109 

Graptolithina 112 

Hirudinea 112 

Holothuroidea 112 

Hydrozoa 113 

Insecta 

Anoplura 113 

Coleoptera 113 

Collembola 115 

Dermaptera 116 

Dictyoptera 116 

Diptera 116 

Embioptera 117 

Ephemeroptera 117 

Heteroptera 117 

Homoptera 118 

Hymenoptera 119 



Page 

Isoptera 120 

Lepidoptera 120 

Mallophaga 122 

Mantodea 122 

Mecoptera 122 

Megaloptera 122 

Neuroptera 122 

Orthoptera 122 

Phasmida 123 

Plecoptera 123 

Protodonata 123 

Protorthoptera 123 

Psocoptera 123 

Siphonaptera 123 

Solifugae 123 

Thysanoptera 123 

Thysanura 123 

Trichoptera 124 

Mammalia 124 

Mastigophora 126 

Merostomata 126 

Nematoda 126 

Nematomorpha 126 

Nemertea 126 

Oligochaeta 126 

Ophiuroidea 126 

Osteichthyes 126 

Polychaeta 128 

Polyplacophora 128 

Porifera 128 

Priapulida 128 

Receptaculitidae 128 

Reptilia 128 

Rhizopoda 129 

Rorifera 130 

Scaphopoda 130 

Scyphozoa 130 

Sipuncula 130 

Solenogastres 130 

Sporozoa 130 

Stromatoporoidea 130 

Tardigrada 130 

Trace fossils 130 

Trematoda 130 

Trilobita 130 

Tunicata 131 

Turbellaria 131 

Urochordata 131 

Acanthocephala 

echinodiscus, Echinorhynchus 
Gigantorhynchus 

Agnatha 

dunensis, Palaeoteuthis 
glutinosa, Myxine 
marinus, Petromyzon 
Myxine 



Petromyzon 
PETROMYZONTIDAE 

Rhinopteraspis 
schmidti, Tremataspis 
Tremataspis 

Amphibia 

albopunctata, Hyla 

alleganiensis, Salamandra 

Ambystoma 

AMBYSTOMATIDAE 

Aneides 

boans, Rana 

Bombina 

bombina, Rana 

CACOSTERNINAE 

Cacosternum 

Caecilia 

CAECILIIDAE 

calcaratus, Hemimantis 

cameronensis, Perropedetes 

chrysoscelis, Hyla femoralis 

cinerea, Salamandra 

Cophixalus 

Cornufer 

corrugatus, Hylodes 

crucialis, Hyla 

Cryptobranchus 

Desmognathus 

duryi, Pseudotriton 

Eleutherodactylus 

Epicrium 

EPICRIUMIDAE 

fasciata, Rana* 

fuscus, Triturus 

glutinosa, Caecilia 

glutinosa, Salamandra 

grayi, Rana 

HEMIDACTYLIINI 

Hemidactylium 

HEMIMANTIDAE 

Hemimantis 

hochstetteri, Leiopelma 

Hydromantes 

Hylambates 

hypocyana, Caecilia 

ICHTHYOPHIIDAE 

Ichthyophis 

inoptatus, Leptodactylus 

issaltschikovi, Rana arvalis altaica 

Kassina 

lacertina. Siren 

lantzi, Triton vulgaris typica 

Lechriodus 

Leiopelma 

LEIOPELMATIDAE 

lugubris, Salamandra 

maculata, Lacerta 

maculatus, Hylambates 



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marnockii, Syrrhophus 

martinicensis, Hylodes 

megapoda, Rana 

Megophrys 

melanopyga, Asterophrys 

mexicanus, Gyrinus* 

mirandaribeiroi, Synapturanus 

moluccensis, Microhyla achatina 

montana, Megophrys 

nanuni. Cacostemum 

natalensis, Stenorhynchus 

Notophthalmus 

Oreophryne 

parvum, Leptobrachium 

pennatulus, Thorius 

Petropedetes 

PETROPEDETINAE 

PHRYNOBATRACHINAE 

Phrynobatrachus 

Phrynohyas 

platycephalus, Spelerpes 

Platymantis 

Plethodon 

PLETHODONTIDAE 

rufescens, Oedipus 

scutata, Salamandra 

senegalensis, Cystignathus 

Siren 

sphenocephala, Rana halecina 

spilomma, Hyla 

Strongylopus 

Synapturanus 

Syrrhophus 

tentaculata, Caecilia 

Thorius 

rigrina, Salamandra* 

tridactylum, Amphiuma 

unicolor, Eleutherodactylus 

utricularius, Rana 

venulosa, Rana 

verrucosa, Sphenophryne 

versicolor, Hyla 

viridescens, Triturus 

vitiensis, Halophila 

Anthozoa 

Acropora 

ACROPORIDAE 

Actinia 

ACTINIIDAE 

alveolaris, Calamopora 

Amplexizaphrentis 

asper, Favosites 

beautempsii, Edwardsia 

curvulena, Zaphrentis 

duplicatus, Erismatolithus Madreporites 

Edwardsia 

EDWARDSIIDAE 

encrinula, Isis 

encrinus, Isis* 

Epizoanthus 

floriformis, Erismatolithus Madreporites 

Umax, Madrepora 

Lithostrotion 

Lobactis 

Lonsdaleia 

LONSDALEIIDAE 

Madrepora 

Melithaea 

METRIDIIDAE 

Metridium 

Mopsea 

muricata, Millepora 



ochracea, Isis 
oculata, Madrepora 
Paleofavosites 
paniculata, Rusea 
papillosa. Duseideia 
paumotensis, Fungia 
Pleuractis 
Rhipidophyllum 
Riisea 

riisei, Clavularia 
riisei, Desmophyllum 
scutaria, Fungia 
senilis, Priapus 
striatum, Lithostrotion 
talpina, Fungia 
Umbellula 
UMBELLULIDAE 
vulgare, Rhipidophyllum 

Arachnida 

Acarus 

Aceria 

akamushi, Trombidium 

AMAUROBIINAE 

Amaurobius 

Amblyomma 

andersoni, Dermacentor 

angustus, Ixodes 

Aphonopelma 

Argas 

Argiope 

Argyrodes 

argyrodes, Linyphia 

Astrobunus 

avellanae, Phytoptus 

Avicularia 

avicularia, Aranea 

Bellota 

bequaerti, Pseudoblankaartia 

bicornis, Rhipicentor 

Blankaartia 

bucephalus, Opilio 

cajennensis, Acarus 

cancroides, Acarus 

caprae, Sarcoptes 

caucasicus, Androctonus 

Cheiridium 

Chelifer 

CHELIFERIDAE 

Cheyletus 

Chorioptes 

Coelotes 

Colomerus 

concinna, Haemaphysalis 

Demodex 

Dendryphantes 

dentatus, Chelanops 

Dermacentor 

Dermanyssus 

desultor, Lipistius 

Diplocentrus 

Dysdera 

echinopus, Tyroglyphus 

Enoplognatha 

EPICRIIDAE 

Epicrius 

equi, Sarcoptes 

Erigone 

Eriophyes 

eruditus, Acarus 

fenestralis, Aranea 

florentina, Aranea 

folliculorum, Acarus 



formicina, Chirothecia 

gallinae, Acarus 

gardeniella, Eriophyes 

geometricus, Epicrius 

gracilior, Uroctonoides 

Haemaphysalis 

hastatus, Aranea 

helleri. Acantholophus 

hentzi, Centrurus 

Heriaeus 

hirtus, Thomisus 

holosericeus, Acarus 

Humerobates 

Hypaeus 

imperialis, Attus 

Ixodes 

kochi, Olpium 

kochii, Heliophanus 

Latrodectus 

Leptostrombidium 

limpidus, Centrurus 

LIPHISTIIDAE 

Liphistius 

lobata, Aranea 

longior, Tyroglyphus 

longipalpis, Erigone 

mandibulare. Theridion 

maurus, Scorpio 

mexicanus, Diplocentrus 

Mirochernes 

mirus. Dolomedes 

Mithion 

Mitobates 

museorum, Chelifer 

myoti, Pteropus 

neglectus, Neriene 

niloticum, Trombidium 

nuncius, Palaeophoneus 

OLIGOLOPHINAE 

Oligolophus 

OLPIIDAE 

Olpium 

ornatus, Centruroides 

otiosus, Attus 

ovatus, Araneus 

PALAEOPHONIDAE 

Palaeophonus 

pallipes, Obisium 

Paruroctonus 

peckhami, Bellota 

penicillatus, Attus 

Phytoptus 

picta, Aranea 

Pisaurina 

Platybunus 

Pseudoblankaartia 

Psoroptes 

punctoria, Aranea 

putrescentiae, Acarus 

pyri, Phytoptus 

reflexus, Acarus 

reticulatus, Acarus 

Rhechostica 

Rhipicentor 

Rhipicephalus 

Rhizoglyphus 

ricinus, Acarus 

Robertus 

robustulus, Holostaspis subbadius 

rostrolamellatus, Humerobates 

sanguineus, Ixodes 

Sarcoptes 

saxatilis, Clubiona 

scabiei, Acarus siro 



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Scorpio 

SCORPIONIDAE 
seemanni, Eurypelma 

Segestria 

SEGESTRIINAE 

semiargenteus, Mithion 

siro, Acarus 

sisyphius, Araneus 

Spinturnix 

taczanowskii, Acragas 

taierensis, Chelifer 

tenebricola, Linyphia 

terrestris, Aranea 

texense, Homoeomma 

Thalassochernes 

THERIDIIDAE 

Theridion 

Thyene 

tiliarium, Trombidium 

tredecimguttata, Aranea 

triangulus, Mitobates 

tridens, Opilio 

Trombidium 

tulipae, Eriophyes 

TYROPHAGIDAE 

Tyrophagus 

urticae, Tetranychus 

vittatus, Buthus 

woodi, Ixodes angustus 

Archaeocyatha 

Coscinocyathus 
dianthus, Coscinocyathus 

Ascidiacea 

Boltenia 
chilensis, Pyura 
ovifera, Vorticella 
Pyura 
PYURIDAE 

Asteroidea 

ciliaris, Asterias 

clavatus, Oreaster 

Crateraster 

Leptasterias 

Luidia 

magnifkus, Pycinaster 

Metopaster 

muelleri, Asteracanthion 

Nectria 

nodosa, Asterias 

ocellata, Nectria 

ocellatus, Oreaster 

parkinsoni, Goniaster Goniodiscus 

Protoreaster 

quinqueloba, Asterias 

Valettaster 

Aves 

abdimii, Ciconia 

Acryllium 

acutirostris, Neomorpha 

Aechmophorus 

aedon, Troglodytes 

Aegithina 

Aegotheles 

Aepyornis 

aeruginosus, Falco 

aesalon, Falco 



aethereus, Phaethon 
aethiopicus, Tantalus 
aguimp, Motacilla 

Aix 

Alauda 

alba, Motacilla 

albicilla, Falco 

albicollis, Fringilla 

albiventer, Tesia 

albiventor, Carbo 

albus, Psittacus 

Alca 

ALCIDAE 

Alle 

alle, Alca 

alpestris, Alauda 

althaea, Sylvia 

amazonicus, Thamnophilus 

americanus, Cuculus 

Anas 

ani, Crotophaga 

Apaloderma 

apiaster, Merops 

apiata, Alauda 

APODINAE 

Aptenodytes 

Apteryx 

Aptornis 

APTORNITHIDAE 

Apus 

apus, Hirundo 

aquaticus, Rallus 

aracari, Ramphastos 

Aramus 

ARCHAEOPTERYGIDAE 

Archaeopteryx 

arcticus, Colymbus 

arcuata, Anas 

Ardea 

ardeola, Dromas 

arvensis, Alauda 

Astrapia 

Asturina 

atra, Fulica 

Aulacorhynchus 

aura, Vultur 

auratus, Cuculus 

aureus, Vultur 

auritus, Podargus 

australis, Apteryx 

avosetta, Recurvirostra 

Balaeniceps 

banksii, Psittacus 

barbata, Muscicapa 

barbatus, Vultur 

barrowi, Otis 

Batrachostomus 

benghalensis, Corvus 

bicalcaratus, Pavo 

blythi, Sylvia curruca 

Boissonneaua 

Bombycilla 

brachydactyla, Alauda 

brachyura, Sylvia 

brandti, Otocorys 

brissonii, Fringilla 

Brotogeris 

Bubo 

bubo, Strix 

Burhinus 

Cacatua 

CACATUINAE 

caeruleus, Falco 

Cairina 



camelus, Struthio 

Campephaga 

canorus, Cuculus 

caparoch, Strix 

capensis, Strix 

capistratus, Psittacus 

Capito 

Caprimulgus 

CARDINALINAE 

Cardinalis 

cardinalis, Loxia 

carolinensis, Columba 

caspia, Sterna 

Cathartes 

cedrorum, Bombycilla 

Centrocercus 

Cephalopterus 

Cereopsis 

Certhia 

cerulea, Sterna 

chalybata, Paradisea 

Chauna 

chavaria, Parra 

chimaera, Uratelornis 

chrysocephala, Meliphaga 

Chrysolophus 

chrysops, Sylvia 

Cicinnurus 

cinerea, Ardea 

cinerea, Motacilla 

cinereiceps, Thamnophilus 

Circaetus 

CIRCINAE 

Circus 

Clamator 

clamosus, Cuculus 

Coccyzus 

coelebs, Fringilla 

Coereba 

Colaptes 

colchicus, Phasianus 

Collocalia 

Colluricincla 

Columba 

Columbigallina 

Columbina 

Coracias 

CORACIIDAE 

corax, Corvus 

Corvus 

Coturnix 

coturnix, Tetrao 

crassipes, Pterodactylus 

crepitans, Psophia 

crissale, Toxostoma 

cristata, Columba 

cristatus, Caprimulgus 

cristatus, Colymbus 

cristatus, Pavo 

Crotophaga 

Cuculus 

curvirostra, Loxia 

cyanea, Muscicapa 

cyanea, Muscitrea 

cyanea, Tanagra 

Diomedea 

discolor, Cuculus 

doliatus, Lanius 

domicella, Psittacus 

DREPANIDIDAE 

Drepanis 

Dromas 

ducorpsii, Cacatua 

Eclectus 



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Ectopistes 

Egretta 

Elanus 

elegans, Malurus 

elegans, Psittacus 

episcopus, Tanagra 

epops, Upupa 

erithacus, Psittacus 

esculenta, Hirundo 

EUDOCIMIDAE 

Eudocimus 

euleri, Coccyzus 

Euphonia 

europaea, Sitta 

europaeus, Caprimulgus 

Eurylaimus 

Eurynorhynchus 

Eurypyga 

excubitor, Lanius 

exulans, Diomedea 

familiaris, Certhia 

ferruginea, Hemichelidon 

flava, Campephaga 

flaveola, Certhia 

flavescens, Trochilus 

flavicans, Sylvia 

Fringilla 

Fulica 

fulica, Colymbus 

Fulmarus 

galilejensis, Cypselus 

gallicus, Falco 

Gallinago 

gallinago, Scolopax 

gallopavo, Meleagris 

Gampsonyx 

garrulus, Coracias 

garzetta, Ardea 

Gavia 

GAVIIDAE 

gigantea, Procellaria 

glacialis, Procellaria 

glandarius, Cuculus 

Goura 

grisea, Tanagra 

griseola, Columbina 

Grus 

grus, Ardea 

Gypaetus 

habroptilus, Strigops 

haematodus, Psittacus 

Haematopus 

Haliaeetus 

haliaetus, Falco 

Haliastur 

halli, Macronectes giganteus 

hamiltoni, Catharacta skua 

harmonicus, Turdus 

heinei, Myolestes 

helias, Ardea 

Heliornis 

Helmitheros 

Hemiprocne 

HEMIPROCNIDAE 

Heteralocha 

hirundo, Sterna 

hoazin, Phasianus 

hottentota, Querquedula 

hyacinthina, Muscicapa 

Hydrobates 

HYDROBATIDAE 

Ibidorhyncha 

iliacus, Turdus 

immer, Colymbus 



impennis, Alca 

indica, Coracias 

indus, Falco 

irrorata, Diomedea 

javanica, Anas 

javanicus, Eurylaimus 

Jynx 

Lanius 

LARIDAE 

Larus 

larvatus, Oriolus 

lathanti, Psittacus 

Leistes 

LEPTOSOMIDAE 

Leptosomus 

leucoptera, Alauda 

leucorodia, Platalea 

leucorodia, Platalea 

lithographica, Archaeopteryx 

longipennis, Hirundo 

longissimus, Phorusrhacos 

lonnbergi, Catharacta antarctica 

LORIIDAE 

Lorius 

Loxia 

maccoa, Erismatura 

Macronectes 

macroura, Columba 

magna, Alauda 

magnirostris, Alauda 

magnirostris, Charadrius 

magnolia, Sylvia 

major, Parus 

mantellii, Notornis 

Manucodia 

marinus, Larus 

maximus, Aepyornis 

Meleagris 

meleagris, Phasianus 

meridionalis, Gypaetos 

MEROPIDAE 

Merops 

migratoria, Columba 

militaris, Emberiza 

minima, Tyrannula 

minuta, Euphonia 

mocinno, Pharomachrus 

moluccanus, Psittacus haematotus 

monticola, Oenanthe 

moschata, Anas 

Motacilla 

Musophaga 

Myiobius 

narina, Trogon 

natka, Lanius 

Neophron 

niger, Bucco 

nigra, Paradisea 

nigricephala, Tanagra 

nigricollis, Podiceps 

nitidus, Falco 

Notornis 

novaehollandiae, Cereopsis 

novaezealandiae, Dinornis 

Numida 

Nyctea 

obscura, Larvivora 

occidentalis, Podiceps 

ochropus, Tringa 

Oedicnemus 

oedicnemus, Charadrius 

oenas, Columba 

onocrotalus, Pelecanus 

Opisthocomus 



Oriolus 

oriolus, Coracias 

ornata, Tanagra 

ornatus, Cephalopterus 

ostralegus. Haematopus 

otidiformis, Dinornis 

Pachycephala 

pacifica. Certhia 

pallidus, Zosterops 

Pandion 

paradiseus, Ptiloris 

paradoxa, Tetrao 

Parotia 

Parus 

passerina, Columba 

patachonicus, Micropterus 

patagonica, Aptenodytes 

Pavo 

paytae, Geositta 

pectoralis, Muscicapa 

pelagica, Procellaria 

Pelecanus 

percnopterus, Vultur 

peregrinus, Falco 

pertinax, Contopus 

peruviana, Geositta 

Pezoporus 

Phaethon 

Pharomachrus 

Phasianus 

philomelos, Turdus 

Phoenicopterus 

phoenicopterus, Lamprotornis 

PHORUSRHACIDAE 

Phorusrhacos 

pictus, Phasianus 

picui, Columba 

Pinguinus 

Platalea 

PLATALEIDAE 

Platycercus 

platyrhynchos, Anas 

pleschanka, Motacilla 

Pnoepyga 

Podiceps 

PODICIPEDIDAE 

Polyplectron 

Porzana 

porzana. Rallus 

Psittacus 

Psophia 

pteneres, Anas 

Pteroglossus 

Ptiloris 

pygmaea, Platalea 

Pyrrhocorax 

pyrrhocorax, Upupa 

pyrrhopterus, Psittacus 

pyrrhulinus, Emberiza 

Rallus 

Recurvirostra 

regia, Paradisaea 

rex, Balaeniceps 

Riparia 

riparia. Hirundo 

robustus, Eudyptes 

roratus, Psittacus 

roseatus, Anthus 

ruber, Phoenicopterus 

rubescens, Alauda 

rubra, Scolopax 

rufa, Tanagra 

ruficauda, Muscicapa 

rufiventris, Accipiter 



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rusticola, Scolopax 

scandiaca, Strix 

sclateri, Eudyptes 

scolopacea, Ardea 

Scolopax 

sefilata, Paradisea 

Semioptera 

sepium, Orthotomos 

Sericulus 

sinuatus, Cardinalis 

Sitta 

Sphenorynchus 

Spindalis 

sponsa, Anas 

stairi, Caloenas Phlegoenas 

Sterna 

strepitans, Columbina 

Streptoprocne 

Strigops 

struthersii, Ibidorhyncha 

Struthio 

struthoides, Dinornis 

Sturnella 

Sturnus 

sulcatus, Pteroglossus 

Surnia 

swainsonii, Gampsonyx 

syriacus, Struthio camelus 

Syrrhaptes 

Tachyphonus 

Thamnophilus 

THRAUPIDAE 

Thraupis 

Threskiornis 

THRESKIORNITHTDAE 

tiphia, Motacilla 

torda, Alca 

torquilla, Jynx 

townsendi, Collocalla francica 

Trichoglossus 

Tringa 

Troglodytes 

unicolor, Cyornis 

Upupa 

Uratelornis 

urophasianus, Tetrao 

vermivora, Motacilla 

violacea, Musophaga 

Vireo 

viscivorus, Turdus 

vulgaris, Sturnus 

vulturina, Numida 

wallacii, Paradisaea 

wallicus, Psittacus 

yeltonensis, Alauda 

zonaris, Hirundo 



Bivalvia 

adamsi, Cuspidaria 
alatus, Unio 

Amblema 
amethystus, Solen 
amnica, Tellina 
anatinus, Mytilus* 

angulata, Gryphaea 

angulatus, Naiadites 

Anodonta 

Anthraconauta 

antiqua, Carbonicola 

Area 

arctica, Nucula 

arcuata, Gryphaea 



Ascitellina 

asper, Pecten 

aspera, Trigonia 

auricularius, Unio 

Bathyarca 

benniworthensis, Cucullaea 

bioculata, Hippurites 

Biradiolites 

Buchia 

BUCHIIDAE 

bushae, Ledella 

cambriensis, Ctenodonta 

canaliculars, Biradiolites 

canaliculus, Mytilus 

Cardinia 

casertanum, Cardium 

Ceratomya 

CERATOMYIDAE 

Ceratomyopsis 

Chama 

CHAMIDAE 

charlottae, Tellina 

Circe 

Condylocardia 

CONDYLOCARDIIDAE 

constricta, Nuculites 

Corbicula 

cornea, Mactra 

cornea, Tellina 

cornupastoris, Hippurites 

Cossmannella 

Crassostrea 

crassus, Unio 

cucullatus, Megalodon 

cuneatus, Donax 

cuvierii, Inoceramus 

cygneus, Mytilus* 

Cyrtodaria 

darwinii, Pholas 

Dicranodonta 

donacia, Mactra 

donaciformis, Ascitellina 

Donacilla 

Dreissena 

DREISSENIDAE 

Durania 

edulis, Mytilus 

edulis, Ostrea 

Erycina 

excentrica, Isocardia 

exoleta, Venus 

fajumensis, Cardita 

fervensis, Tellina 

fllosa, Psammobia 

fleuriausi, Radiolites 

fluminalis, Tellina 

GAFRARIINAE 

Gafrarium 

Gari 

Garum 

giganteus, Unio 

glycimeris, Mya 

GLYCYMERIDIDAE 

Glycymeris 

glycymeris, Area 

Gryphaea 

GRYPHAEINAE 

gryphaeoides, Avicula 

hanleyanus, Donax 

helvetica, Ceromyopsis 

henslowana, Tellina 

hippopus, Hippella 

Hippurites 

HIPPURITIDAE 



hyperborea, Yoldia 

INOCERAMINAE 

Inoceramus 

involutus, Inoceramus 

kefersteini, Lyrodon 

knorrii, Ostrea 

lacustris, Tellina 

lamarckii, Inoceramus 

Latona 

lazarus, Chama 

Ledella 

listed. Unio 

littoralis, Unio 

lucida, Yoldia 

Lucina 

Luzonia 

Mactra 

margaritacea, Trigonia 

Margaritifera 

margaritifera, Mya 

MARGARITIFERIDAE 

Megalodon 

MEGALODONTIDAE 

Megalonaias 

menapiensis, Ctenodonta 

Mesodesma 

milium, Pisidium 

Modiolus 

modiolus, Mytilus 

moitessierianum, Pisidium 

mosquensis, Avicula 

Mya 

Mytilus 

navalis, Teredo 

Neotrigonia 

Netastoma 

nitidum, Pisidium 

noae, Area 

obesa, Anthracoptera 

obliqua, Tellina 

obliquata, Gryphaea 

oblonga, Chama 

obtusalis, Cyclas 

Ostrea 

OSTREIDAE 

ovalis, Naiadites 

Palaeoneilo 

Panopea 

pectinata, Tellina 

pectinata, Venus 

pectunculoides, Area 

Pectunculus 

pellucida, Erycina 

pensylvanica, Venus 

philippiana, Area 

philippinensis, Neaera 

phillipsii, Unio 

pictorum, Mya 

PISIDIIDAE 

Pisidium 

pitcheri, Gryphaea 

plicata, Unio 

polymorphus, Mytulus 

Portlandia 

Potamilus 

Praeradiolites 

proficua, Tellina 

Psammobia 

PSAMMOBIIDAE 

Pseudamussium 

pulchellum, Pisidium 

Rhinoclama 

rivicola, Cyclas 

sachalinensis, Mactra 



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sanctipauli, Condylocardia 

scripta, Venus 

Semele 

senex, Unio 

septemradiatus, Pecten 

siliqua, Mya 

solida, Cyclas 

SPHAERIIDAE* 

Sphaerium 

stultorum, Cardium 

subtruncatum, Pisidium 

sulcata, Venus 

supinum, Pisidium 

Tellinella 

tenuilineatum, Pisidium 

Teredo 

transversa, Cyclas 

TRAPEZIDAE 

Trapezium 

Trigonia 

truncata, Mya 

truncata, Tellina 

tumidus, Unio 

Unio 

UNIONIDAE 

variabilis, Donax 

Venus 

verrucosa, Venus 

vincentianum, Pisidium 

virgata, Tellina 

virginica, Ostrea 

virgula, Gryphaea 

Volviceramus 

Vulsella 

vulsella, Mya 

Yoldia 

Yoldiella 

Brachiopoda 

aculeatus, Productus 

acuminata, Terebratula 

alta, Rhynchonella 

anatina, Lingula 

Antirhynchonella 

bilocularis, Anomia 

brachythaerus, Productus 

burtini, Terebratula 

Buxtonia 

californiana, Terebratula 

carteri, Spirifer 

catulloi, Terebratula 

Cleiothyridina 

Conchidium 

crassus, Productus 

crumena, Conchyliolithus Anomites 

cuspidatus, Spirifer 

decora, Spirifera 

deroissyi, Spirifera 

Dicellomus 

DICTYOCLOSTIDAE 

Dictyoclostus 

ECHINOCONCHIDAE 

Echinoconchus 

excavata, Orthis 

fimbriata, Spirifera 

forbesii, Orbicula 

formosa, Rhynchonella 

gerardi, Strophalosia 

giganteus, Productus 

Gigantoproductus 

glaber, Spirifer 

goldfussi, Spondylus 

Gruntoconcha 



humboldti, Productus 
janitor, Terebratula 

kaluzinensis, Yakovlevia 

knightii, Pentamerus 

Krotovia 

kumpani, Brachythyris 

laevis, Atrypa 

Laqueus 

lewisianus, Productus 

lineata, Terebratula 

linguifera, Atrypa 

Lingula 

Lingulops 

livonica. Terebratula 

Machaeraria 

macrotuberculata, Waagenoconcha 

Gruntoconcha 
Martinia 
MARTINIINAE 
Meristella 
Mesolobus 
mesolobus, Chonetes 
morrisiana, Strophalosia 
multistriatus, Spirifer 
Norella 

NORELLINAE 
oblongus, Pentamerus 
Orbiculoidea 
ORBICULOIDEINAE 
Orthothrix 
papyraceus, Pecten 
pecten, Anomia 
pectinifera, Atrypa 
Pentamerus 
planumbona, Leptaena 
polita, Leptaena Chonetes 
polita, Lingula 
Productella 

PRODUCTELLINAE 
PRODUCTIDAE 
Productus 

productus, Conchyliolithus Anomites 
Pugnax 

pugnus, Conchyliolithus Anomites 
punctatus, Productus 
refractifrons, Rhynchonella 
resupinatus, Conchyliolithus Anomites 
retusa, Anomia 
Ripidiorhynchus 
sacculus, Terebratula 
scabriculus, Productus 
Schizophoria 
SCHIZOPHORIIDAE 
schlotheimii, Terebratula 
semireticulatus, Conchyliolithus 
Anomites 

spinulosus, Productus 
Spirifer 
Stenoscisma 

STENOSCISMATINAE 
striatus, Conchyliolithus Anomites 
STRINGOCEPHALIDAE 
Stringocephalus 
Strophalosia 
Strophomena 
subaculeatus, Productus 
subconcinna, Rhynchonella 
subconicus, Conchyliolithus Anomites 
Syringothyris 
Terebratula 
terebratula, Anomia 
Terebratulina 
Terrakea 
Tomiopsis 



Tornquistia 
Trematospira 
triangularis. Spirifer 
triangulus, Terebratula 

trigonalis, Conchyliolithus Anomites 

tuberculata, Crania 

typa. Syringothyris 

vulvarius, Hysterolithes 

Waagenoconcha 

whitfieldi, Lingulops 

wilsoni, Terebratula 

Yakovlevia 



Bryozoa 

Ascopora 

Bugula 

Cellaria 

chelata, Sertularia 

ciliata, Eschara 

compressa, Millepora 

crassa, Fenestella 

Cribrilina 

cryptooecium. Cribrilina 

decipiens, Chaetetes 

densispina, Membranipora 

elegantula, Callopora 

errata, Lepralia 

Escharina 

Fenestella 

FENESTELLIDAE 

Fenestrellina 

Fistulipora 

FISTULIPORIDAE 

fistulosa, Eschara 

frondosa, Monticulipora 

Hallopora 

Heterotrypa 

incrustans, Diastopora 

mammulata, Monticulipora 

Marssonopora 

Microporella 

MICROPORELLIDAE 

minor, Fistulipora 

Monticulipora 

MONTICULIPORIDAE 

mytili, Alcyonidium 

Neoeuthyris 

neritina, Sertularia 

nodosa, Ceriopora 

Peronopora 

plumosa, Cellularia 

Porella 

progracile, Rhabdomeson 

punctata, Lepralia* 

purpurotincta, Bugula 

Reptomultisparsa 

Rhabdomeson 

salicornioides, Cellaria 

Scruparia 

sinuosa, Farcimia 

spongites. Eschara 

Stylopoma 

subantiqua, Fenestrella 

vulgaris, Eschara 

woosteri, Euthyris 



Caudofoveata 

Chaetoderma 
CHAETODERMATIDAE 

nitidulum. Chaetoderma 



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Cephalopoda 

aalensis, Loligo 

Acanthopleuroceras 

Acanthoteuthis 

Agassiceras 

AGASSICERATIDAE 

agassizii, Teudopsis 

algovianus, Ammonites 

AMALTHEIDAE 

Amaltheus 

Angulaticeras 

angulatus. Ammonites 

antiqua, Belemnoteuthis 

argo, Argonauta 

Argonauta 

Arieticeras 

ARIETICERATINAE 

Arietites 

ARIETITIDAE 

Arisphinctes 

Arnioceras 

ARNIOCERATIDAE 

arquata, Kelaeno 

astierianus, Ammonites 

Asteroceras 

ASTEROCERATIDAE 

AULACOSTEPHANIDAE 

Aulacostephanus 

aurigerus, Ammonites 

baylei, Pictonia 

Belemnella 

Belemnitella 

BELEMNITELLIDAE 

Belemnotheutis 

biformis, Ammonites 

bifrons, Ammonites 

Bigotites 

bisulcatus, Belemnites 

bollensis, Loligo 

borealis, Prionotropis 

brongniarti, Ammonites 

bronni, Liparoceras 

bryani, Labeceras 

buchi, Orthoceratites 

bucklandi, Ammonites 

Cadoceras 

CADOCERATIDAE 

Cadomites 

caeneus, Caenisites 

Caenisites 

calloviensis, Ammonites 

Calycoceras 

cantianum, Mantelliceras 

Ceratites 

Cheloniceras 

CHELONICERATIDAE 

chrishna, Ammonites 

CHTENOPTERYGIDAE 

Chtenopteryx 

Collignoniceras 

communis, Ammonites 

concavus, Ammonites 

cordatus, Ammonites 

cornuelianus, Ammonites 

coronatum, Douvilleiceras 

Coroniceras 

cotovui, Perisphinctes 

cuneiforme, Arnioceras 

curvicornu, Neokentroceras 

Cycloceras 

cymodoce, Ammonites 

Dactylioceras 

DACTYLIOCERATIDAE 



damesi, Desmoceras 

Damesites 

danae, Taningia 

defossus, Ammonites 

dentatus, Ammonites 

deslongchampsi, Ammonites 

dispansus, Ammonites 

Douvilleiceras 

DOUVILLEICERATIDAE 

Drepanites 

Echioceras 

ECHIOCERATIDAE 

Eledone 

Euaspidoceras 

Euasteroceras 

Eucalycoceras 

falcatus, Ammonites 

falcifer, Ammonites 

fimbriatus, Ammonites 

flexuosa, Geoteuthis 

Garantiana 

garantianus, Ammonites 

Gastrioceras 

GASTRIOCERATIDAE 

genicularis. Ammonites 

Geopeltis 

Geoteuthis 

Goniatites 

GONIATITIDAE 

gravesianus, Turrilites 

Harpoceras 

HARPOCERATINAE 

heterophyllus, Ammonites 

Hildoceras 

HILDOCERATIDAE 

Homoceras 

Hoplites 

HOPLITIDAE 

Hoplitoplacenticeras 

humphriesianus, Ammonites 

hyatti, Arpadites Drepanites 

Hyphoplites 

Hypoturrilites 

involuta, Rasenia 

Jeletzkyteuthis 

Jovellania 

JOVELLANIIDAE 

Kosmoceras 

KOSMOCERATIDAE 

Kotoceras 

kridion, Ammonites 

Labeceras 

LABECERATIDAE 

lacunatus, Ammonites 

laevigatum, Cycloceras 

laevigatus, Ammonites 

lalandeanus, Ammonites 

lamberti, Ammonites 

Lamberticeras 

lanceolatus, Belemnites 

leachi, Ammonites 

Liparoceras 

LIPAROCERATIDAE 

listeri, Ammonites 

Loligo 

Loligosepia 

Ludwigella 

Lytoceras 

Macrocephalites 

MACROCEPHALITIDAE 

macrocephalus, Ammonites 

mammillatus, Ammonites 

manitobense, Cyrtoceras 

mantelli, Ammonites 



Mantelliceras 

MANTELLICERATIDAE 

margaritatus, Amaltheus 

maya, Ammonites 

Mayaites 

MAYAITIDAE 

Megatyloceras 

minimus, Belemnites 

montefiorei, Belemnoteuthis 

moschatus. Octopus 

mucronatus, Belemnites 

Muensterella 

MUENSTERELLIDAE 

Muensteroceras 

mutabilis, Ammonites 

navicularis. Ammonites 

Neokentroceras 

neubergicus, Ammonites 

nodosus, Ammonites 

Normannites 

nucleus, Ammonites 

Octopus* 

Oecotraustes 

officinalis, Sepia 

OLCOSTEPHANIDAE 

Olcostephanus 

opalescens, Loligo 

Ophiceras 

Oppelia 

OPPELIIDAE 

orbignyi, Normannites 

Orthoceras 

ORTHOCERATIDAE 

Orthosphinctes 

Oxynoticeras 

OXYNOTICERATIDAE 

oxynotus, Ammonites 

Pachyceras 

PACHYCERATIDAE 

Parabelopeltis 

parallela. Goniatites oweni 

Paraplesioteuthis 

PASSALOTEUTHIDIDAE 

Passaloteuthis 

pentagonus, Ammonites 

perarmatus, Ammonites 

Perisphinctes 

PERISPHINCTINAE 

persica, Octopodoteuthis 

petri, Bigotella 

Phlyseogrammoceras 

Phylloceras 

PHYLLOCERATIDAE 

Phymatoceras 

PHYMATOCERATINAE 

Pictonia 

PICTONIIDAE 

planorbis. Ammonites 

plasticus, Hoplites 

Pleuroacanthites 

PLEUROACANTHITIDAE 

Pleuroceras 

Polymorphites 

POLYMORPHITIDAE 

polymorphus. Ammonites 

princeps, Schlotheimia 

Procerites 

Prohysteroceras 

Pseudogrammoceras 

pseudomutabilis. Ammonites 

Pseudoperisphinctes 

PSEUDOPERISPHINCTIDAE 

Psiloceras 

PSILOCERATIDAE 



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Quenstedtoceras 

raricostatus. Ammonites 

Rasenia 

RASENIINAE 

regularis, Orthoceratites 

robustum, Phymatoceras 

rotundatus, Perisphinctes 

sagittata, Geoteuthis 

Sandbergeroceras 

SANDBERGEROCERATINAE 

schloenbachi, Procerites 

Schlotheimia 

SCHLOTHEIMIIDAE 

scipionianus. Ammonites 

Selwynoceras 

Sepia 

sicula, Sepioteuthis 

Siemiradzkia 

Sigaloceras 

simplex, Belopeltis 

smithii, Goniatites 

speciosa, Acanthoteuthis 

sphaericus, Ammonites 

Sphaeroceras 

SPHAEROCERATIDAE 

spinatus. Ammonites 

spinosus, Ammonites 

Spirilla* 

spirilla. Nautilus 

stearnsii, Loligo 

stellaris, Ammonites 

Stephanoceras 

STEPHANOCERATINAE 

struckmanni, Ammonites 

subgentoni, Mantelliceras 

sublaevis. Ammonites 

subradiatus, Ammonites 

Taningia 

tibeticum, Ophiceras 

tiziani, Ammonites 

tuberculatus, Turrilites 

tuberculosocostatus, Goniatites 

turneri. Ammonites 

typicum, Kotoceras 

Valanginites 

valdani, Ammonites 

variocostatus, Ammonites 

vulgaris, Loligo 

vulgaris, Octopus* 

Westonoceras 

WESTONOCERATIDAE 

woollgari, Ammonites 

wordiei, Prohysteroceras 

xylophagorum, Pachyceras 

Cestoda 

actinioides, Thysanosoma 

Amphiptyches 

Anoplocephala 

avium, Ligula 

canina, Taenia 

Davainea 

diminuta, Taenia 

Dipylidium 

Disculiceps 

DISCULICIPITIDAE 

Echinococcus 

expansa, Taenia 

globipunctata, Taenia 

granulosa, Hydatigena 

Gyrocotyle 

HYMENOLEPIDINAE 

Hymenolepis 



intestinalis, Fasciola 

Ligula 

Moniezia 

perfoliata, Taenia 

pileatum, Discocephalum 

proglottina, Taenia 

rugosa, Gyrocotyle 

solium, Taenia 

Stilesia 

Taenia 

Thysanosoma 

urna, Amphiptyches 

Chaetognatha 

Eukrohnia 
hamata, Sagitta 

Chilopoda 

CERMATOBIIDAE 
Cermatobius 
forficata, Scolopendra 
HENICOPIDAE 
Henicops 
LITHOBIIDAE 
Lithobius 

maculatus, Henicops 
martensii, Cermatobius 
morsitans, Scolopendra 
piceus, Lithobius 
Plutonium 

PLUTONIUMENAE 
Scolopendra 
SCOLOPENDRIDAE 
zwierleini, Plutonium 

Chondrichthyes 

ancylostomus, Rhina 

atlanticus, Scylliorhinus 

CARCHARHINIDAE 

Carcharhinus 

Carcharias* 

carcharias, Squalus 

CARCHARIIDAE 

Carcharodon 

Chimaera 

ferox, Carcharias 

glaucus, Squalus 

longimanus, Squalus Carcharias 

melanopterus, Carcharias 

monstrosa, Chimaera 

Mustelus 

mustelus, Squalus 

ODONTASPIDIDAE* 

Odontaspis* 

Platyrhina 

Prionace 

Pterolamiops 

Rhina 

Rhincodon 

RHINCODONTIDAE 

sinensis, Rhina 

taurus, Carcharias 

typus, Rhiniodon 

Ciliophora 

Acineta 

Balantidium 

Bursaria 

caudatum, Strombidion 

Colpidium 



Colpoda 

colpoda, Paramecium 

cucullus, Kolpoda 

dentatum, Entodinium 

Diplodinium 

Enchelys 

entozoon, Bursaria 

farcimen. Enchelis 

fluviatilis, Tintinnus 

Glaucoma 

inquilina, Trichoda 

Leprotintinnus 

muelleri, Stentor 

patula, Leucophrys 

pellucidus. Tintinnus 

pyriformis, Leucophrys 

quadripartita, Podophrya 

sagitta, Vibrio 

scintillans. Glaucoma 

Stentor 

STENTORIDAE 

Tetrahymena 

TETRAHYMENIDAE 

TINTINNIDAE 

TINTINN1DIIDAE 

Tintinnidium 

Tintinnus 

Tokophrya 

Trachelocerca 

truncatella, Bursaria 

tuberosa, Acineta 

Coccolithophorida 

claviger. Rhabdosphaera 

COCCOLITHIDAE 

Coccolithus 

pelagica, Coccosphaera 

Rhabdosphaera 

Conodonta 

Ambalodus 
bilineatus, Polygnathus 
dubius, Cordylodus 
Gnathodus 

triangularis, Ambalodus 

Crinoidea 

AMPHORACRINIDAE 

Amphoracrinus 

Antedon 

asteria, Isis 

Bathycrinus 

bifida, Asterias 

Cenocrinus 

Cyathocrinites 

Delocrinus 

ENCRINIDAE 

Encrinus 

gilbertsoni, Actinocrinus 

gracilis, Bathycrinus 

hemisphericus, Poteriocrinus 

Holopus 

liliiformis, Encrinus 

lofotensis, Rhizocrinus 

Metacrinus 

planus, Cyathocrinites 

rangii, Holopus 

Rhizocrinus 

Temnocrinus 

tuberculatus, Cyathocrinites 

wyvillei, Metacrinus 



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Crustacea, Amphipoda 

aequicauda, Carcinogammarus 

Crangonyx 

crassipes, Paraphronima 

crustulum, Parapronoe 

cubensis, Lysianax 

Dairilia 

fasciatus, Gammarus 

gabertii, Daira 

gammarellus, Oniscus 

Gammarus 

gracilis, Talitrus 

Isaea 

ISAEINAE 

locusta, Cancer 

longicornis, Talitrus 

minus, Gammarus 

montagui, Isaea 

Orchestia 

ORCHESTIIDAE 

Phronima 

PHRONIMIDAE 

Phrosina 

PHROSININAE 

platensis, Orchestia 

polonica, Synurella 

pulex, Cancer 

saltator, Cancer Gammarellus 

sedentarius, Cancer 

semilunata, Phrosina 

setosus, Gammarus 

Shoemakerella 

subterraneus, Crangonyx 

Synurella 

TALITRIDAE 

Talitrus 

Talorchestia 

Crustacea, Archaeostraca 

CERATIOCARIDIDAE 

Ceratiocaris 
solenoides, Ceratiocaris 

Crustacea, Branchiopoda 

albida, Eulimene 

Alona 

apus, Monoculus 

Artemia 

brachyurus, Lynceus 

cancriformis, Apus 

CYZICIDAE 

Cyzicus 

dahalacensis, Estheria 

Eulimene 

franciscana, Artemia 

gracilis, Artemia 

Lepidurus 

leydigi, Alona 

Leydigia 

LYNCEIDAE 

Lynceus 

quadrangularis, Lynceus 

rectangula, Alona 

salinus, Cancer 

tetracera, Limnadia 

Triops 

TRIOPSIDAE 

verrucosa, Alona 

Crustacea, Cirrepedia 

anatifera, Lepas 
Lepas 



Crustacea, Copepoda 

adunca, Lernaea 

Alella 

australica, Calamoecia 

australis, Brunella 

BOMOLOCHIDAE 

Bomolochus 

branchialis, Lernaea 

Candacia 

CANDACIIDAE 

castor, Monoculus 

CLAUSOCALANIDAE 

Clausocalanus 

Clavella 

cyprinacea, Lernaea 

Dactylopusia 

DACTYLOPUSIINAE 

Diaptomus 

diodonris, Pennella 

Havicornis, Leuckartia 

Gaussia 

grandis, Monstrilla 

Hatschekia 

Heterolaophonte 

hippoglossi, Clavella 

lacustris, Caligus 

Lernaea 

Lernaeocera 

longicornis, Monstrilla 

longiremis, Pseudaugaptilus 

longus, Calanus 

Lucicutia 

LUCICUTHDAE 

luteus, Synaptiphilus 

mastigophorus, Calanus 

Metridia 

METRIDINIDAE 

minutus. Calanus 

Monstrilla 

MONSTRELLIDAE 

pachydactyla, Candace 

pagelli, Anchorella 

Pennella 

princeps, Pleuromma 

PSEUDOCALANIDAE 

Pseudocalanus 

soleae, Bomolochus 

stroemii, Cyclops 

Synaptiphilus 

Thaumaleus 

tisboides, Dactylopus 

typica, Thaumatoessa 

viridis, Monstrilla 

vulgaris, Diaptomus 

Crustacea, Cumacea 

antipai, Styloptocuma 

arenosa, Bodotria 

Bodotria 

BODOTRIIDAE 

Iphinoe 

Leucon 

LEUCONIDAE 

nasica, Cuma 

quinquemaculata, Uroctea 

Styloptocuma 

trispinosa, Cuma 

Uroctea 

Crustacea, Decapoda 

Acanthephyra 
Acanthocyclus 



Acanthonyx 

Acetes 

Achaeopsis 

Achaeus 

Acmaeopleura 

Actaea 

Actaeomorpha 

Actum nus 

adactyla, Hippa 

admete, Cancer 

adspersus, Palaemon 

aeneus, Cancer 

aequinoctialis, Scyllarus 

affinis, Penaeus 

africana, Gebia 

africanus, Parapenaeus 

agassizi, Coralliocaris 

agassizii, Eucratodes 

agilis, Hydrothelphusa 

agulhasensis, Merhippolyte 

alberti, Limnocaridina 

Albunea 

ALBUNEIDAE 

alcocki, Parilia 

Alope 

ALPHEIDAE 

Alpheopsis 

Alpheus 

americana, Pseudothelphusa 

americanum, Macrobrachium 

amethystea, Alpheus 

arnica, Hepatella 

amplus, Pandalopsis 

Anamathia 

Anapagurus 

Anchistioides 

Anchistus 

anchoralis, Penaeus 

andreossyi, Pilumnus 

angulatus, Cyrtograpsus 

angulatus, Panulirus 

anomalipes, Thaumastoplax 

anomalus, Cancer Astacus 

anophthalmus, Palaemon 

antarcticus, Crangon 

antarcticus, Scyllarus 

antennatus, Penaeus 

Arcania 

Archias 

arctus, Cancer 

Arenaeus 

Arete 

Argis 

Aristaeomorpha 

ARISTEINAE 

Aristeus 

armata, Acanthephyra 

armata, Banareia 

armata, Maja 

armatus, Aristeus 

armatus, Potamocarcinus 

Artemesia 

asper. Cancer 

ASTACIDAE 

Astacoides 

Astacopsis 

Astacus 

astacus, Cancer 

Asthenognathus 

ATELECYCLIDAE 

Atelecyclus 

Atergatis 

Atergatopsis 

Athanas 



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atlantica, Bresilia 

atlanticus, Sergestes 

Atya 

Atyaephyra 

Atyella 

ATYIDAE 

Atypopenaeus 

australiensis, Dromia 

Automate 

avarus, Alpheus 

AXIIDAE 

Axius 

balansae, Clistocoeloma 

Balssia 

Banareia 

barbatus. Cancer 

barbiger, Gecarcinus 

Barbouria 

bartonii, Astacus 

Bathynectes 

Bathypalaemonella 

Bathyplax 

bedoti, Sphaerocarcinus 

bella, Xantho 

Bellia 

benedicti, Ephyrina 

benhardus, Cancer 

BENTHESICYMINAE 

Benthesicymus 

Benthochascon 

Benthonectes 

Betaeus 

bicarinatus, Astacus 

bicornis, Gomeza 

bicornis, Paralatreutes 

bidentatus, Xanthodes 

biguttatus, Portunus 

Birulia 

bispinosa, Litocheira 

bispinosus, Cancer 

biunguiculatus, Palaemon 

bonnieri, Dichelopandalus 

boreas, Cancer 

bouvieri, Pseudopalaemon 

Brachycarpus 

Brachynotus 

Bresilia 

BRESILIIDAE 

brevirostris, Atyella 

brevirostris, Pandalus 

Bythocaris 

Calappa 

CALAPPIDAE 

Calcinus 

Callianassa 

CALLIANASSIDAE 

Callianidea 

CALLIANIDEINAE 

callida, Dorippe 

Callinectes 

Calocaris 

Cambarellus 

CAMBARINAE 

Cambaroides 

Cambarus 

Camptandrium 

Camptoplax 

CAMPYLONOTIDAE 

Campylonotus 

canaliculata, Processa 

Cancer 

capensis, Gebia major 

Caphyra 

Carcinus 



Caridella 

Caridina 

Caridinopsis 

Caridion 

carinata, Pseudopinnixa 

carinatus, Cancer 

carinipes, Durckheimia 

carinipes, Zozymodes 

carolinensis, Speocarcinus 

caronii, Cymopolia 

Carpilius 

Carpilodes 

Carpoporus 

Carupa 

cassivelaunus, Cancer 

Catapaguroides 

Catoptrus 

ceratophthalma, Hymenocera 

ceratophthalmus. Cancer 

Ceratoplax 

cessacii, Epimelus 

Charybdis 

Chasmagnathus 

Chasmocarcinus 

cheiragonus, Cancer 

Cherax 

chevalieri, Caridinopsis 

chilensis, Corystoides 

chiragra. Cancer 

Chlorocurtis 

Chlorodopsis 

Chlorotocella 

Chlorotocoides 

Chlorotocus 

Chorismus 

ciliatus, Ceratoplax 

cinctimanus, Carpilius 

Clibanarius 

clibanarius, Cancer 

Clistocoeloma 

clouei, Ergasticus 

clypeatus, Pagurus 

Coenobita 

COENOBITIDAE 

Coenophthalmus 

comanthi, Pontoniopsis 

comatularum, Alpheus 

commensalis, Stegopontonia 

compressa, Ephyra 

compressipes, Penaeus 

compressus, Anchistioides 

Conchodytes 

condyliatus, Cancer 

convexa, Ocypode Chasmagnathus 

convexus, Ruppellioides 

coppingeri, Camptoplax 

corallinus, Trachycarcinus 

Coralliocaris 

coronata, Randallia 

Corystes 

CORYSTIDAE 

Corystoides 

Coutierea 

cranchii, Achaeus 

cranchii, Hippolyte 

Crangon 

crangon, Cancer 

CRANGONIDAE 

craniolaris, Cancer 

crassicornis, Pandalus 

crassimanus, Eucrate 

crassipes, Pachygrapsus 

crassipes, Phlyxia 

crassum, Sarmatium* 



crassus, Gonatonotus 

crenatus. Benthesicymus 

crenatus. Cancer Eucrate 

cribrarius, Portunus 

Cryptocheles 

Cryptocnemus 

Cryptocoeloma 

cubensis. Epilobocera 

cubensis, Hippolyte 

cumingii, Lithadia 

cunningtoni, Caridella 

cupulifer. Pilumnus 

cursor, Nematocarcinus 

curvirostra, Munidopsis 

curvirostris, Haliporus 

cuvieri, Dorippe 

Cyclodius 

cylindricum. Pinnotheres 

cylindrus. Cancer 

Cymo 

cymodoce, Cancer 

Cymonomus 

Cyrtograpsus 

Dacryopilumnus 

Daira 

Daldorfia 

danae, Goniosoma 

danae, Nikoides 

Dardanus 

Dasycaris 

debilis. Hymenopenaeus 

debilis, Leptopodia 

Deckenia 

dentata, Nursilia 

denticulatus. Cancer 

dentipes, Alpheus 

deplanatus, Euryetisus 

depressa, Panoplax 

depressus, Cancer 

depurator, Cancer 

desmarestii. Hippolyte 

Desmocaris 

Dichelopandalus 

digueti, Cambarus 

dilatipes, Pilumnus 

Diogenes 

diogenes, Cambarus 

DIOGENINAE 

DISCIADIDAE 

Discias 

Dissodactylus 

dobsoni, Penaeus 

dolichognatha. Automate 

Domecia 

Dorhynchus 

Dorippe 

DORIPPIDAE 

Dorippoides 

dormia. Cancer 

Dorodotes 

dorsalis, Arete 

dorsettensis. Cancer 

dorsipes. Cancer 

dovii, Euphylax 

Dromia 

Dromidiopsis 

DROMIIDAE 

Dugastella 

Durckheimia 

Ebalia 

echinatus, Paracrangon 

elegans, Alpheus 

elegans, Latreillia 

elegans, Palaemon 



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elephas, Astacus 
elongata, Isea 

elongatus, Hippolyte 

Emerita 

emeritus, Cancer 

Engaeus 

Enoplometopus 

ensifer, Heterocarpus 

ensiferus, Palemon 

ensis, Acanthephyra 

Ephyrina 

Epilobocera 

Epimelus 

Epixanthus 

eremita, Dacryopilumnus 

Ergasticus 

Erimacrus 

Erimetopus 

erinaceus, Cancer 

Eriphia 

erosa, Actaeomorpha 

Ethusa 

euagora, Parapanope 

Eualus 

Euchirograpsus 

Eucrate 

Eucratodes 

Eucratopsis 

eudactylus, Myrodes 

EUGONATONOTIDAE 

Eugonatonotus 

Euphylax 

Euryetisus 

Eurynome 

Euryplax 

EURYRHYNCHINAE 

Euryrhynchus 

Eurytium 

exaratus, Chlorodius 

excelsus, Perigrapsus 

Fabia 

facchino, Cancer 

fallax, Ebalia 

fasciatus, Crangon 

Favus 

feriatus, Cancer 

filipes, Benthonectes 

Fizesereneia 

flavomaculata, Pontonia 

floridanus, Thor 

fluviatilis, Cancer 

fluviatilis, Trichodactylus 

foliaceum, Petalidium 

fossor, Astacus Engaeus 

fragifer, Cancer Halimede 

fragilis, Psathyrocaris 

franklinii, Astacus 

frascone, Cancer 

frontalis, Ozius 

fucorum, Palaemon 

fugax, Leucosia 

Funchalia 

gaimardii, Hippolyte 

Galathea 

GALATHEIDAE 

Galene 

galilea, Typhlocaris 

gammarus, Cancer 

ganteri, Palaemonias 

gasti, Amphipalaemon 

gaudichaudii, Platymera 

gayi, Acanthocyclus 

Gecarcinucus 

Gelastocaris 



Gennadas 

Geryon 

gibbosus, Notostomus 

gigas, Cancer 

glaber, Ptychognathus 

glabra, Heteropanope 

glacialis, Hepomadus 

glacialis, Pasiphae 

globus. Cancer 

Glyphocrangon 

GLYPHOCRANGONIDAE 

Glyptograpsus 

Glyptoplax 

GNATHOPHYLLINAE 

Gnathophyllum 

Gomeza 

Goneplax 

gordoni, Hippolyte 

gracilipes, Platypilumnus 

gracilipes, Rhizopa 

gracilipes, Rochinia 

gracilipes, Utica 

gracilis, Chlorotocella 

gracilis, Leptochela 

granulata, Cryptopodia 

granulatus, Cancer 

granulatus, Favus 

granulatus, Oediplax 

granulatus, Scleroplax 

granulosus, Pyxidognathus 

gundlachi, Palinurellus 

haematocheir, Grapsus Pachysoma 

Halimede 

Haliporus 

hardwickii, Nursia 

Harpilius 

harrisii, Pilumnus 

haswelli, Cryptocoeloma 

hciiiii. Troglocarcinus 

Helice 

hemingi, Benthochascon 

Hemipenaeus 

henslowii, Polybius 

Hepatella 

Hephthopelta 

Hepomadus 

Heptacarpus 

Herbstia 

herbstii, Panopeus 

Heterocarpoides 

heterocarpoides, Mimocaris 

Heterocarpus 

Heterocrypta 

Heterolithadia 

Heteronucia 

Heteropanope 

Heteropenaeus 

Heterozius 

Hexapus 

Hippa 

HIPPIDAE 

Hippolysmata 

Hippolyte 

HIPPOLYTIDAE 

hirtellus, Cancer 

hirtipes, Cardisoma 

hirtipes, Pinnaxodes 

hirtus, Paguristes 

hispida, Domecia 

hispidus, Palaemon 

Holometopus 

Holothuriophilus 

holsatus, Portunus 

Homalaspis 



Homarus 

Homola 

HOMOLIDAE 

horridus, Cancer 

horridus, Oreophorus 

huxleyi, Psalidopus 

Hydrothelphusa 

Hymenocera 

Hymenodora 

Hymenopenaeus 

Ibacus 

Ilia 

Iliacantha 

ILIINAE 

imitatrix, Deckenia 

impressus, Glyptograpsus 

INACHINAE 

Inachus 

inaequipes, Asthenognathus 

incisus, Cancer 

indicus, Acetes 

integerrimus, Cancer 

Iphiculus 

Iphis 

isenbeckii, Platycorystes Podacanthus 

Ixa 

jacquemontii, Gecarcinucus 

jactans, Virbius 

japonicus, Astacus 

japonicus, Palinurus 

Jasus 

Jaxea 

jouyi, Brachynotus Heterograpsus 

jurinei, Guaia Ilia 

kroyeri, Penaeus 

Lachnopodus 

laevigata, Pinnotherelia 

laevis, Pagurus 

lalandii, Palinurus 

lambriformis, Merocryptus 

lamelligera, Onychomorpha 

lanceocaudata, Systellaspis 

lanatus, Cancer 

lar, Crangon 

Larnaudia 

larnaudii, Thelphusa 

latipes, Cancer 

Latreillia 

LATREILLIIDAE 

Latreutes 

Leander 

Lebbeus 

leeanus, Lipaesthesius 

leniusculus, Astacus 

Leontocaris 

Lepidomysis 

Lepidopa 

Leptochela 

leptodactyla, Deidamia 

Leptodius 

Leucosia 

LEUCOSIIDAE 

Leucosilia 

levicarina, Dorodotes 

Liagore 

Libystes 

Ligur 

liguricus, Euchirograpsus 

Limnocaridella 

Limnocaridina 

limosa, Cancer 

limosus, Astacus 

Linuparus 

Liomera 



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Lipaesthesius 

Lissa 

Lissocarcinus 

Lithadia 

Lithodes 

LITHODIDAE 

Litocheira 

litteratus, Cancer 

longicarpus, Pagurus 

longicornis, Cancer 

longicornis, Nematopagurus 

longimanus, Cancer 

longimanus, Heteropenaeus 

longinaris, Artemesia 

longipes, Portunus 

longirostris, Cancer 

longirostris, Palaemon 

longirostris, Peneus 

Lophopanopeus 

Lophopilumnus 

lottini, Alpheus 

lucidus, Regulus 

Lucifer 

LUCIFERIDAE 

lugubris, Hephthopelta 

lunulata, Maia 

Lupocyclus 

lutescens, Harpilius 

Lybia 

Lysmata 

LYSMATINAE 

macandreae, Calocaris 

macgillivrayi, Ommatocarcinus 

Macrobrachium 

Macropetasma 

Macropipus 

Macropodia 

maculatus, Cancer 

madagascarensis, Astacus 

maenas, Cancer 

Maja 

maja. Cancer 

MAJIDAE 

major. Cancer vocans 

malabaricus, Astacus 

maldivensis, Pontonia 

maldivensis, Sicyonella 

Mangalura 

marionis, Nauticaris 

marmoratus, Palaemon 

marocana, Dugastella 

mascarone, Cancer 

Medaeus 

megistos, Cancer 

melanochirus, Chlorodopsis 

Melybia 

membranaceus, Peneus 

Merguia 

Merhippolyte 

Merocryptus 

Metapenaeopsis 

Metapenaeus 

Metasesarma 

Metopocarcinus 

Micratya 

Micropanope 

microps, Catapaguroides 

microps, Xanthodes 

miersi, Harpilius 

miersi, Penaeopsis 

miles, Pagurus 

milneedwardsii, Paracyclois 

Mimocaris 

minutus, Cancer 



mobilispinis, Metapenaeus 

moebii, Xenophthalmodes 

monodon, Penaeus 

montagui, Pandalus 

montezumae, Cambarus 

Munida 

Munidopsis 

muriger, Tlos 

murigera, Xanthasia 

Myra 

Myrodes 

Nauticaris 

neapolitana, Paragalene 

NEMATOCARCININAE 

Nematocarcinus 

Nematopagurus 

Neodorippe 

Nephrops 

Nephropsis 

neptunus, Alpheus 

Nikoides 

nipponensis, Hymenocera 

nitescens, Palaemon 

nitidus, Catoptrus 

nitidus, Dissodactylus 

nitidus, Euryplax 

nitidus, Libystes 

nitidus, Notonyx 

nitidus, Sphaerozius 

nobile, Trichopeltarion 

nocturna, Jaxea 

nodipes, Pisa 

nodosus, Oreophorus 

norvegicus. Cancer 

Notocrangon 

Notonyx 

Notopus 

Notostomus 

Nucia 

nucleus, Cancer 

Nursia 

Nursilia 

Ocypode 

OCYPODIDAE 

Oediplax 

Ogyrides 

oligodon, Hippolyte 

Ommatocarcinus 

ommatosteres, Prionocrangon 

Onychomorpha 

Opisthopus 

OPLOPHORINAE 

Oplophorus 

orbignyi, Xantho 

Orconectes 

Oreophorus 

orientalis, Lupocyclus Parathranites 

orientalis, Ogyris 

orientalis, Scyllarus 

ornata, Ilia 

ornatus, Cyclodius 

ornatus, Medaeus 

Orphnoxanthus 

Osachila 

Pachygrapsus 

pacifica, Miersia 

PAGURIDAE 

Paguristes 

Pagurus 

pagurus, Cancer 

Palaemon 

Palaemonella 

Palaemonetes 

Palaemonias 



PALAEMONIDAE 
PALICIDAE 

Palicus 

Palinurellus 

PALINURIDAE 

Palinurus 

Palinustus 

palpator, Hippolyte 

Pandalina 

Pandalopsis 

Pandalus 

Panonplax 

Panopeus 

Pantomus 

Panulirus 

papulosus, Carpoporus 

Paracambarus 

Paracrangon 

Paracyclois 

paradoxus, Cambarus Paracambarus 

Paragalene 

Paralatreutes 

Paranephrops 

Parapandalus 

Parapanope 

Parapasiphae 

PARAPENAEINAE 

Parapenaeopsis 

Parapenaeus 

Parapleurophrycoides 

PARASTACIDAE 

Parastacus 

Parathelphusa 

Parathranites 

Paratya 

Paratypton 

Paraxanthus 

Parilia 

Pariphiculus 

Paromola 

paronai, Latreutes 

Parribacus 

Parthenope 

PARTHENOPIDAE 

parvula, Acmaeopleura 

parvulus, Pantomus 

parvus, Gennadas 

Pasiphaea 

PASIPHAEIDAE 

paulsoni, Leontocaris 

pelagicus, Cancer 

pellucidus, Astacus 

PENAEIDAE 

Penaeopsis 

Penaeus 

pentagonus, Cryptocnemus 

Percnon 

Periclimenaeus 

Periclimenes 

Perigrapsus 

perlata, Thelpheusa 

perlatus. Cancer 

perlatus, Hepatus 

peronii, Ibacus 

Persephona 

personatus. Cancer 

Petalidium 

Petrolisthes 

phalangium. Cancer 

Philyra 

Phlyxia 

Phycocaris 

Phyllognathia 

picta, Bellia 



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picta, Hymenocera 

pictus, Enoplometopus 

pilimanus, Astacus 

PILUMNIDAE 

Pilumnoides 

Pilumnopeus 

Pilumnus 

Pinnaxodes 

Pinnixa 

pinnophylax, Palaemon 

Pinnotherelia 

Pinnotheres 

pinnotheroides, Xenophthalmus 

Pirimela 

Pisa 

Pisidia 

PISINAE 

pisum, Cancer 

Plagusia 

PLAGUSIINAE 

Planes 

planifrons, Paranephrops 

planissimus, Cancer 

planus, Xantho 

platycheles, Cancer 

Platychirograpsus 

Platymera 

Platypilumnus 

Platyxanthus 

Plesionika 

Plesiopenaeus 

Podophthalmus 

poeyi, Atya 

polaris, Alpheus 

polybioides, Lissocarcinus 

Polybius 

Polycheles 

POLYCHELIDAE 

Polydectus 

Pontocaris 

Pontonia 

Pontonides 

PONTONIINAE 

Pontoniopsis 

Pontophilus 

Porcellana 

PORCELLANIDAE 

Portumnus 

PORTUNIDAE 

Portunus 

POTAMIDAE 

potamios, Cancer 

Potamocarcinus 

Potamon 

Potamonautes 

Prionocrangon 

Prionoplax 

Procambarus 

Processa 

PROCESSIDAE 

propensalata, Pontocaris 

PSALIDOPODIDAE 

Psalidopus 

Psathyrocaris 

Pseudocarcinus 

Pseudopalaemon 

Pseudophilyra 

Pseudopinnixa 

Pseudorhombila 

Pseudothelphusa 

PSEUDOTHELPHUSINAE 

Psopheticus 

Ptychognathus 

Puerulus 



pugnax, Gelasimus 

pugnax, Glyptoplax 

punctatus, Cancer 

pygmaea, Cryptocheles 

Pyxidognathus 

quadratus, Cancer 

quadratus, Cymonomus 

quadridens, Thalamitoides 

quadridentata, Melia 

Randallia 

rangoonensis, Potamon 

Ranguna 

reflexus, Dorodotes 

regius, Panulirus 

restricta, Hippolyte 

Rhithropanopeus 

Rhizopa 

rhomboides, Cancer 

Rhynchocinetes 

RHYNCHOCINETIDAE 

Richardina 

rissoana, Amathia 

robustus, Periclimenaeus 

Rochinia 

rodgersii, Lachnopodus 

roseus, Parapleurophrycoides 

rostratus, Cancer 

rostridentatus, Aristeus 

rotunda, Thelphusa 

rotundatus, Cancer 

rotundatus, Lupocyclus 

rotundifrons, Heterozius 

rousseauxi, Metasesarma 

rouxii, Caphyra 

rubripes, Sesarma 

rubromaculatus, Cancer Liagore 

rugosus, Pagurus 

Ruppellioides 

Sabinea 

sachalinensis, Birulia 

Salmoneus 

sanguinolentus, Pagurus 

sapidus, Callinectes 

Sarmatlum* 

Saron 

savignyi, Cancer 

scaber, Atys 

scabripes, Tetrias 

Scalopidia 

schmitti, Penaeus 

Sclerocrangon 

Scleroplax 

sculptipes, Micropanope 

sculptus, Polycheles 

scutellata, Hippa 

Scylla 

SCYLLARIDAE 

Scyllarides 

Scyllarus 

semistriatus, Campylonotus 

septemcarinatus, Crangon 

septemspinosus, Cancer 

Sergestes 

SERGESTIDAE 

serrata, Valdivia 

serratidigitus, Jousseaumea 

serratifrons, Ozius 

serratus, Astacus 

serratus, Cancer 

serratus, Penaeopsis 

serratus, Stylodactylus 

serrifer, Discias 

seticaudata, Melicerta 

seticornis, Cancer 



setiferus, Cancer 
sexdentatum, Camptandrium 
sexdentatus, Archias 
sexdentatus, Goneplax 
sexpes, Cancer 
Sicyonella 
Sicyonia 
SICYONIINAE 
siebenrocki, Paratypton 
signatus, Carpilius 
simplicirostris, Bythocaris 
simulans, Phycocaris 
sivado, Alpheus 
Solenocera 
SOLENOCERINAE 
speciosa, Nucia 
spectabilis, Platychirograpsus 
Speloeophorus 
Speocarcinus 
Sphaerocarcinus 
Sphaerozius 
spinicarpus, Prionoplax 
spinicauda, Chlorotocus 
spinicauda, Glyphocrangon 
spinicincta, Richardina 
spinidorsalis, Hemipenaeus 
spinifrons, Hippolyte 
spinipes, Plesionika 
spinosipes, Scalopidia 
spinosus, Crangon 
spinosus, Erimetopus 
spinosus, Stenopus 
spinulosus, Achaeopsis 
spinus, Cancer 
Spirontocaris 
spongicola, Typton 
spongiosus, Iphiculus 
squinado, Cancer 
Stegopontonia 
stellatus, Cancer Astacus 
STENOPODIDAE 
Stenopus 
Stenorhynchus 
Stereomastis 
sternberghii, Xanthodius 
stewarti, Nephropsis 
stirhynchus, Axius 
streptopus, Thaumastocaris 
stridulans, Psopheticus 
strigosus, Cancer 
styliferus, Palaemon 
styliferus, Penaeus 
STYLODACTYLIDAE 
Stylodactylus 
subglobosa, Iliacantha 
subquadrata, Fabia 
subterraneus, Cancer Astacus 
suhmi, Pentacheles 
sulcatifrons, Parapasiphae 
superba, Portunus 
superbus, Oedipus 
symbiotes, Dasycaris 
symmysta, Cancer 
Synalpheus 
Syncaris 
Systellaspis 
talpoida, Hippa 
tanganyikae, Limnocaridina 
tangeri, Gelasimus 
Telmessus 

tenuicornis, Palaemon 
tenuipes, Carupa 
tenuipes, Palaemonella 
tesselatus, Grapsus 



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Tetragrapsus 

Tetraxanthus 

Tetrias 

Thalamita 

thalamita, Melybia 

Thalamitoides 

Thalamonyx 

Thalassina 

THALASSINIDAE 

THALASSOCARIDIDAE 

Thalassocaris 

Thaumastocaris 

Thaumastocheles 

Thaumastoplax 

Thenus 

Thia 

THIIDAE 

thomsoni, Dorhynchus 

Thor 

Thoralus 

THORINAE 

tibicen, Cancer 

Tlos 

tomentosus, Actumnus 

Trachycarcinus 

Trachycaris 

Trachypenaeopsis 

Trachypenaeus 

transversus, Opisthopus 

Trapezia 

trapeziformis, Holothuriophilus 

TRAPEZIIDAE 

trapezium, Sesarma 

TRICHODACTYLINAE 

Trichodactylus 

Trichopeltarion 

tridacnae, Conchodytes 

tridens, Geryon 

tridens, Ocypode Helice 

tridentata, Parathelphusa 

tridentata, Pseudophilyra 

tridentatus, Coenophthalmus 

trigonus, Palinurus 

trispinosus, Betaeus 

trispinosus, Palaemonetes 

tristis, Carpilodes 

Troglocaris 

truncatus, Betaeus 

truncatus, Metopocarcinus 

truncatus, Palinustus 

tuberculatus, Chorismus 

tuberculatus, Portunus 

tuberosa, Osachila 

tuberosus, Cancer 

typa, Callianidea 

TYPHLOCARIDINAE 

Typhlocaris 

typhlops, Polycheles 

typhlus, Bathyplax 

typicus, Chasmocarcinus 

Typton 

typus, Caridina 

typus, Leucifer 

typus, Oplophorus 

typus, Rhynchocinetes 

Uca 

Upogebia 

UPOGEBIINAE 

Utica 

Valdivia 

varians, Hippolyte 

varians, Palaemon 

Varuna 

venusta, Lepidopa 



verrucosus. Cancer 

vesiculosa, Heteronucia 

vigil, Portunus 

violacea, Porcellana 

vittata, Hippolysmata 

Willemoesia 

woodwardi, Funchalia 

wrzesniowskii, Euryrhynchus 

Xaiva 

Xanthasia 

XANTHIDAE 

Xantho 

Xanthodius 

Xenophthalmodes 

Xenophthalmus 

Xiphocaris 

Xiphopenaeus 

zaleucus, Astacus 

zimmeri, Bathypalaemonella 

Zosimus 

Zozymodes 

Crustacea, Isopoda 

adriaticus, Epiphrixus 

albifrons, Jaera* 

ANUROPIDAE 

Anuropus 

aquaticus, Oniscus 

ARMADILLIDAE 

ARMADILLIDIIDAE 

Armadillidium 

Armadillo 

Asellus 

asellus, Oniscus* 

Astaciila 

Athelges 

ATHELGINAE 

balthicus, Oniscus* 

Bathynomus 

branchiatus, Anuropus 

carteri, Palaega 

Cataphryxus 

CUBARIDAE 

Cubaris 

emarginata, Cymothoa* 

entomon, Oniscus* 

Epiphrixus 

falclandica, Astaciila 

giganteus, Bathynomus 

hookeri, Sphaeroma 

Idotea* 

IDOTEIDAE* 

Jaera* 

latreillei, Tylos 

Lekanesphaera 

Ligia 

Livoneca 

LIVONECINAE 

longicornis, Oniscus 

MESIDOTEINI* 

monodi, Sphaeroma 

murina, Cubaris 

Neastacilla 

neglecta, Idothea* 

oceanicus, Oniscus 

officinalis, Armadillo 

Oniscus* 

paguri, Phryxus 

Palaega 

Porcellio 

primus, Epiphryxus 

redmanii, Livoneca 

Saduria* 



scaber, Porcellio 

serratus, Oniscus 

Sphaeroma 

SPHAEROMATIDAE 

Spherillo 

TYLINAE 

Tylos 

vitiensis, Spherillo 

vulgaris, Armadillo 

Crustacea, Mysidacea 

LEPIDOMYSIDAE* 

Lepidomysis* 

litoralis, Pugetomysis 

Mesopodopsis* 

MYSIDAE 

Mysis 

oculatus. Cancer 

Pugetomysis 

servatus, Lepidophthalmus* 

slabberi, Podopsis* 

Crustacea, Ostracoda 

Amicytheridea 

Beyrichia 

BEYRICHIIDAE 

bicollina, Bollia 

Bollia 

BOLLIIDAE 

Candida, Cypris 

Candona 

CANDONINAE 

carnegiei, Tribolbina 

Celtia 

Conchoecia 

CONCHOECIIDAE 

crassinoda, Drepanella 

crispata, Cythere 

distinguenda, Cythereis 

Drepanella 

DREPANELLINAE 

eremita, Cypris 

Eucypris 

HALOCYPRIDIDAE 

Halocypris 

HERPETOCYPRIDINAE 

Herpetocypris 

Hiltermannicythere 

honoluliensis, Loxoconcha 

Indiana 

INDIANIDAE 

inflata, Conchaecia 

inopinata, Cythere 

kloedeni, Beyrichia 

Limnocythere 

LIMNOCYTHERINAE 

lippa, Indiana 

Loxoconchella 

magna, Conchoecia 

pavonia, Cythere 

pseudobrowniana, Scottia 

quadridentata, Cythere 

reptans. Cypris 

Scottia 

Suchonella 

triangulata, Amicytheridea 

Tribolbina 

tuberculatus, Battus 

turbida, Cythereis 

Typhlocypris 

typica, Suchonella 

virens, Monoculus 



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Crustacea, Stomatopoda 

bradyi, Squilla 

chiragra, Squilla 

ciliata, Squilla 

Coronida • 

Coronis 

ensiger, Gonodactylus 

eusebia, Squilla 

ferussaci, Squilla 

Gonodactylus 

Hemisquilla 

inornata, Lysiosquilla 

Lysiosquilla 

mantis. Cancer 

Odontodactylus 

Pseudosquilla 

scolopendra, Coronis 

scyllarus. Cancer 

Squilla 

SQUILLIDAE 

Crustacea, Tanaidacea 

Anuropoda 
ANUROPODIDAE 
francispori, Anuropoda 

Cystoidea 

bavarica, Cystidea 
Haplosphaeronis 
kiaeri, Haplosphaeronis 
Macrocystella 
MACROCYSTELLIDAE 
mariae, Macrocystella 



Digenea 

Hapalotrema 
mistroides, Mesogonimus 



Diplopoda 

complanatus, Julus 

Cornalatus 

fuscus, Platyrhacus 

germanicum, Polyzonium 

Glomeris 

lagura, Scolopendra 

permutatus, Cornalatus 

Platyrhacus 

Polydesmus 

POLYXENIDAE 

Polyxenus 

POLYZONIIDAE 

Polyzonium 

portoricensis, Siphonophora 

pustulatus, Oniscus 

Siphonophora 

SIPHONOPHORIDAE 

stigmatosus, Julus 

Strongylosoma 

Echinoidea 

Arachnoides 

ARCHAEOCIDARIDAE 

Archaeocidaris 

atropos, Spatangus 

bisperforatus, Echinodiscus 

Brissus 

canaliferus, Spatangus 

clavigera, Cidaris 



coranguinum, Spatangus 

cordatus, Echinus 

Desorella 

Diadema 

drobachiensis, Echinus 

dubius, Cidarites Phyllacanthus 

Echinarachnius 

ECHINOCARDIINAE 

Echinocardium 

Echinocorys 

Echinocyamus 

Echinodiscus 

elatus, Hyboclypus 

Eodiadema 

Fibularia 

flavescens, Spatagus 

granulatum, Eodiadema 

Hemipneustes 

irregularis, Lepidocentrus 

LAGANIDAE 

Laganum 

laganum, Echinodiscus 

Lovenechinus 

Maretia 

MARETIINAE 

Mellita 

MELLITINAE 

Metalia 

Micraster 

minutus, Echinus 

missouriensis, Oligoporus 

Moira 

Mortonella 

Ova 

ovulum, Fibularia 

parma, Scutella 

Peronella 

peronii, Laganum 

Pholidocidaris 

Phyllacanthus 

placenta, Echinus 

planulatus, Spatangus 

purpureus, Spatagus 

pusillus, Spatagus 

quinquefaria, Scutella 

quinquiesperforatus, Echinodiscus 

Schizaster 

scutata, Echinocorys 

setosa, Echinometra 

spatagus, Echinus 

SPATANGIDAE 

Spatangus 

sternalis, Spatangus 

striatoradiatus, Spatangus 

Strongylocentrotus 

studeri, Schizaster 

Tylocidaris 

unicolor, Spatangus brissus 

urii, Cidaris 

Echiuroidea 

chilensis, Echiurus 

URECHIDAE 

Urechis 

Eocrinoidea 

baltica, Rhipidocystis 
Rhipidocystis 

Flagellata 

Euglena 



EUGLENIDAE 

viridis, Cercaria 

Gastropoda 

Abida 

abyssicola, Cuthonella 

Acanthinula 

ACANTHINULINAE 

acarus. Pupa 

achatinaceus, Bulimus 

Acicula 

acicula, Buccinum 

ACICULIDAE 

Acmaea 

ACMAEIDAE 

ACROLOXINAE 

Acroloxus 

Acteonella 

aculeata, Helix 

acuta, Physa 

acutus, Pleurocerus 

adansonii, Cerithium 

adspersus, Tergipes 

Aeolidia 

Aeolidiella 

AEOLIDIIDAE 

affinis, Doris 

Agasoma 

Aglaja 

AGLAJIDAE 

Akera 

AKERIDAE 

alba, Volvaria 

albicans, Planorbis 

albus, Planorbis 

albus, Strombiformis 

Alcithoe 

alderi, Eolis 

alliaria. Helix 

Allopeas 

alouina, Volema 

alpestris. Vertigo 

alternata, Tuba 

Amnicola 

AMNICOLIDAE 

Amphibola 

AMPHIBOLIDAE 

Ampulla 

ampulla, Bulla 

ampullacea, Helix 

AMPULLARIIDAE 

anabathrum, Conus 

Ancilla 

Ancylastrum 

ANCYLINAE 

Ancylus 

andecolus, Planorbis 

anglicus, Trochus 

anglicus, Turbo 

angustata, Cypraea 

angustior. Vertigo 

antiquus, Conus 

antivertigo, Pupa 

Aplexa 

Aplysia 

APLYSIIDAE 

arabica, Voluta 

arbustorum, Helix 

arenaria, Succinea 

Arianta 

Arion 

ARIONIDAE 

armata, Tubina 



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armifera, Pupa 

Armigerus 

articularis, Harpa 

aspersa, Helix 

aspersa, Idalia 

Asthenotoma 

Astraea 

ater, Limax 

atlantica, Viquesnelia 

ATYDIDAE 

Atys 

aurantia, Eolis 

auricularia. Helix 

auriculata, Doris 

australe, Buccinum 

australiae, Cingula 

australis, Tolema 

Austrocochlea 

Azeca 

AZECIDAE 

Balcis 

Balea* 

barbata, Helix Helicigona 

beaumonti, Coryphella 

berghausi, Conus 

Beringius 

bicolor, Cypraea 

bilamellatus, Clausilia Strobilis 

bilobatus, Bellerophon 

Biomphalaria 

biplicatus, Turbo 

Bithynia 

BITHYNIIDAE* 

boehmi, Woehrmannia 

bottae, Pleurotoma 

branchialis, Doris 

bubo, Murex rana 

BUCCINULIDAE 

Buccinulum 

Buccinum 

Bulla 

bullata, Akera 

Cadlina 

caerulea, Doris 

californiensis, Chromodoris 

Calma 

CALMIDAE 

Calyptraea 

Campeloma 

cancellata, Oniscia 

cancellatus, Sigaretus 

candiota, Helix 

Cantharidus 

cantiana, Helix 

carinatus, Planorbis 

Carinifex 

cartusiana, Helix 

CARYCHIIDAE 

Carychium 

CASSIDAE 

Cassis 

Cavolinia 

CAVOLINIIDAE 

Cecilioides 

cellaria, Helix 

Ceratostoma 

Cerion 

Cerithium 

Charonia 

Chicoreus 

chinensis, Patella 

CHROMODORIDIDAE 

Chromodoris 

cinctella. Helix 



cinereoniger, Limax 

cinnamomea, Ancilla 

circumscriptus, Arion 

cirridioides, Euomphalus 

clathrata, Haliotis 

Clathurella 

Clausilia 

clavigera, Doris 

Cochlicella 

Colubraria 

Columbella 

colus, Murex 

Cominella 

COMINELLIDAE 

complanata, Helix 

comptonii, Cypraea 

conchyliophorus, Trochus 

conoidea, Helix 

constricta, Monodonta 

contectum, Cyclostoma 

contorta. Helix 

Cookia 

cornea, Helix 

cornus, Drupa 

cornutum, Buccinum 

coronata, Doris 

coronata, Pelta 

Coryphella 

CORYPHELLIDAE 

costata, Helix 

Crassispira 

crassula, Campeloma 

Cratena 

crebricostatus, Chrysodomus 

crenata, Helix 

crista, Nautilus 

cristata, Valvata 

crystallina. Helix 

Cumanotus 

cumingianus, Ancylus Ancylastrum 

Cuthona 

Cuthonella 

CUTHONIDAE 

cuvieri, Helicarion 

Cyclope 

Cylichna 

cylindracea, Bulla 

cylindraceus. Turbo 

cylindrica, Vertigo 

CYMATIINAE 

Cymatium 

decollata, Helix 

deformis, Ricinula 

demissus, Conus 

Dendropoma 

denticulata, Patella 

depicta, Aglaja 

depilans, Aplysia 

detrita, Helix 

diaphana, Helix 

dilatatus, Planorbis 

DISCINAE 

Discus 

dolabratus, Trochus 

DOTIDAE 

Doto 

draparnaudi, Helix* 

Drupella 

dubia, Clausilia 

dupiniana, Nerinea 

edentula, Pupa 

elegans, Haliotis 

elegans, Helix 

elegans, Idalia 



elegans, Succinea 

Embletonia 

Ena 

erecta, Achatina 

erinaceus, Murex 

EUBRANCHIDAE 

Eubranchus 

EUCONULINAE 

Euconulus 

Eulima 

EUOMPHALIDAE 

Euomphalus 

excavata, Helix 

exigua, Eolis 

exigua, Janthina 

Facelina 

FACELININAE 

faeroensis, Polycera 

fallax. Pupa 

farrani, Eolis 

fasciata, Laplysia 

FAVORININAE 

Favorinus 

femorale, Murex 

fergusoni, Conus 

(ibratus, Limax 

fimbria, Tethys 

Flabellina 

FLABELLININAE 

flavus, Limax 

fluviatilis. Ancylus 

fluviatilis, Nerita 

fontinalis. Bulla 

forskalii, Pleurobranchus 

fragilis, Melibaea 

Fryeria 

fulmen, Conus 

fulva, Helix 

fulvocinctus, Conus 

fuscus. Turbo 

Fusinus 

gagates, Limax 

Galba 

galea, Buccinum 

Gastrocopta 

geniculata, Anculosa Lithasia 

Geomalacus 

geversianum, Buccinum 

gigaxii, Helix 

glaber, Strombiformis 

glabrum, Buccinum 

glaucoides, Eolis 

Glossodoris 

Godiva 

goldfussi, Cylindrella 

goodalli, Helix Cochlodonta 

gracilis, Bulimus 

grandiflora, Doris 

grandinatus, Trochus 

granosus, Trochus 

granulata, Colubraria 

granulata. Helix 

granulata, Turritella 

granulosa, Turritella 

gussoni, Ancylus 

guttata, Doridopsis 

habei, Nipponaphera 

Haminoea 

HAMINOEINAE 

hammonis. Helix 

Harpa 

harpa, Buccinum 

HARPIDAE 

Haustator 



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haustorium, Buccinum 

Haustrum 

hebraea, Nerita 

Helicarion 

HELICARIONIDAE 

Helicella 

HELICELLINAE 

heliotropium, Trochus 

Helix 

hieroglyphicus, Bulimus 

hispida, Helix 

Holospira 

hombergii. Tritonia 

hortensis, Arion 

hortensis, Arion 

hortensis, Helix 

hydatis. Bulla 

Hygromia 

HYGROMIINAE 

hypnorum, Bulla 

Hypselodoris 

imbricataria, Turritella 

incarnata, Helix 

intermedins, Arion 

Iodina 

iravadioides, Epigms 

iris, Haliotis 

itala. Helix 

japonica, Cuthona Hervia 

Jousseaumea 

Juliana, Aplysia 

kanieriensis, Turritella 

Kobeltia 

lactea, Helix 

lacustris. Patella 

Laeocochlis 

laevis, Doris 

laevis, Planorbis 

lamellata, Helix 

laminatus. Turbo 

lapicida, Helix 

lapidum. Paludina 

Lauria 

LAURIEAE 

lens, Helix 

Leucochila 

leucostoma, Voluta 

lignaria, Bulla 

lilljeborgi, Pupa Vertigo 

Limacia 

limatula, Acmaea 

Limax 

limosa, Paludina 

linea, Buccin[um] 

linearis. Pupa Truncatellina 

lineatus, Bulimus 

Lirobarleeia 

Lithasia 

littoreus, Turbo 

Littorina 

lituellum, Siphonium Dendropoma 

longicosta, Patella 

lotorium, Murex 

lubrica, Helix 

lustrica, Amnicola 

Lymnaea 

LYMNAEIDAE 

macfarlandi, Chromodoris 

Maclurites 

MACLURITIDAE 

maculata, Pomacea 

maculosum, Buccin[um] 

maculosus, Geomalacus 

magna, Maclurites 



magnifica, Doris 

major, Helicolimax 

Mancinella 

marginata, Paludina 

Marstonia 

Maurea 

Mauriella 

maximus, Limax 

meneghinii, Pleurotoma 

mercatoria, Voluta 

Mesodon 

MESODONTIDAE 

Microdryas 

MILACIDAE 

Milax 

minimum, Carychium 

minuscula. Helix 

minutissima. Helix 

Mitra 

mitra, Acmaea 

mitra, Voluta 

Modelia 

moluccensis, Conus 

Monacha 

montanus, Bulimus 

Morum 

moulinsiana. Pupa 

Muricanthus 

muscorum, Turbo 

nana, Eolis 

naticina, Valvata 

naucum, Bulla 

Neadmete 

neglecta. Helix 

nemoralis. Helix 

Nerinella 

neriteum, Buccinum 

Neritina 

Nesopupa 

newberryi, Planorbis 

nigrescens, Alvania 

Nipponaphera 

nitens, Helix 

nitida, Helix 

nitidula, Helix* 

nitidulus, Pupoides 

nitidus, Planorbis 

nodosa, Nerita 

nuttalli, Cerostoma 

oblonga, Succinea 

obscura, Goniodoris 

obscura, Helix 

obtusa, Bulla 

obvoluta. Helix 

Ocenebra 

octonus, Bulimus 

Okenia 

okutanii, Neadmete 

Oleacina 

olivaceus, Planorbis 

olivetorum, Helix 

OMPHALOTROPIDINAE 

Omphalotropis 

Oniscidia 

oniscus, Strombus 

opalus, Limax 

Osilinus 

Otina 

OTINIDAE 

ovatum, Galericulum 

Oxychilus 

pagoda, Defrancia 

pallida, Doris 

pallida, Eolis 



pallida, Janthina 

palmarosae, Murex 

palustre. Buccinum 

papalis, Voluta 

papilio, Voluta 

papillosus, Limax 

papulosum, Buccin[um] 

parallelus, Planorbis 

parvula, Aplysia 

parvula, Clausilia 

patulum, Cyclostoma 

Paua 

peachii, Eolis 

Pelicaria 

pellucida. Helix 

pentangulatus, Euomphalus 

peregrina, Doris 

peregrum, Buccinum 

persicum, Buccinum 

perversus. Turbo 

petronella, Helix 

Phasianella 

PHASIANELLINAE 

Physa 

Pila 

piperita, Cypraea 

pisana, Helix 

Pisania 

piscinalis, Nerita 

Placostylus 

Planorbina 

PLANORBINAE 

Planorbis 

planorbis, Helix 

plebejus, Trophon 

Pleurocera 

Pleurotomaria 

PLEUROTOMARIIDAE 

Pleurotomoides 

Plutonia 

PLUTONIINAE 

politus, Turbo 

Polygyra 

POLYGYRIDAE 

Pomacea 

pomatia. Helix 

Potamolithus 

Precuthona 

priamus, Helix 

pulchella. Helix 

pulcher, Pterochilus 

pulligera, Nerita 

pumila, Clausilia 

punctata, Laplysia 

PUNCTINAE 

punctulatus, Trochus 

Punctum 

Pupilla 

PUPILLIDAE 

Pupoides 

pura, Helix 

Purpura 

purpurea. Helix 

PURPURIDAE 

pusilla, Vertigo 

putris, Helix 

pygmaea. Helix 

pygmaea. Pupa 

pyramidata, Helix 

Pyramidella 

PYRAMIDELLIDAE 

Pyramidula 

PYRAMIDULIDAE 

pyrenaica, Helicolimax 



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pyrum, Voluta 

Pyrunculus 

quadricolor, Hervia 

quadridens. Helix 

radigueli, Lartetia 

radix, Murex 

ramosus, Murex 

Raphistoma 

rava, Clavatula 

reticulatus, Limax 

Retinella 

Retusa 

RETUSIDAE 

Risomurex 

Rissoa 

RISSOIDAE 

rolphii, Clausilia 

rotundata. Helix 

ruderata. Helix 

rueppelii, Fryeria 

rugosa, Pupa 

Rumina 

RUMININAE 

Runcina 

RUNCINIDAE 

runtoniana, Nematurella 

rupestris, Helix 

Scaphander 

scutulum, Testacellus 

secale. Pupa 

Segmentina 

septemspiralis, Helix 

septemvolva, Polygyra 

similis, Bulimus 

similis, Trochus 

sinistratum, Cerithium 

sinuata, Clavella 

Sinuites 

SINUITIDAE 

smaragdus. Turbo 

smithi, Biomphalaria 

soluta, Bulla 

sowerbyi, Limax 

stagnalis, Helix 

striata, Calyptraea 

striata, Helix 

striata, Voluta 

striatus, Maclurea 

striolata, Helix 

Struthiolaria 

STRUTHIOLARIIDAE 

subcylindrica, Helix* 

Subestea 

subfuscus, Limax 

sublyncoides, Cypraea 

subrufescens, Helix 

substriata, Alaea 

Subulina 

SUBULINIDAE 

subvirescens. Helix 

Succinea 

sulcatus, Turbo 

tantilla, Pupa 

Taphius 

Tectarius 

tenellus, Limax 

tentaculata, Helix 

TERGIPEDINAE 

Tergipes 

tergipes, Limax 

testudinarius, Pleurobranchus 

TETHYDIDAE 

Tethys 



THAIDIDAE 

Thais 

Theba 

Theodoxus 

thyroidus, Helix 

tigris, Trochus 

Tolema 

Tonna 

Tornatellina 

Torquesia 

Tortaxis 

tricolor, Eubranchus 

tricolorata, Aglaja 

tridentata, Anomia 

Trinchesia 

Tritonia 

TRITONIIDAE 

tritonis, Murex 

Trophon 

Tropidoptera 

Truncatella* 

TRUNCATELLIDAE* 

Truncatellina 

truncatula, Bulla 

truncatulum, Buccinum 

Trunculariopsis 

trunculus, Murex 

Tuba 

Tubina 

turbinatus, Trochus 

Turbinella 

TURBINELLIDAE 

turtoni, Fusus 

Tutufa 

uchauxensis, Acteonella 

ulvae, Turbo 

umbilicata, Bulla 

umbrosa, Helix 

undatum, Buccinum 

uva, Turbo 

Vallonia 

VALLONIIDAE 

Valvata 

VALVATIDAE 

VANIKORIDAE 

Vanikoro 

variegata, Terebra 

ventricosa. Pupa 

ventricosa, Rissoa 

vermiculata, Helix 

vermis, Buccin[um] 

verrucosa, Eolidia 

VERTIGINIDAE 

Vertigo 

virgata, Cochlea 

viridis, Aplysia 

Vitrea 

VITREINAE 

Vitrina 

vivipara, Helix 

VIVIPARIDAE 

Viviparus 

voluta. Bulla 

vortex. Helix 

vorticulus, Planorbis 

wesleyi, Endodonta Pterodiscus 

Williamia 

Woehrmannia 

Xenophora 

XENOPHORIDAE 

Xeromunda 

Xymene 

Zonitoides 



Graptolithina 

ACANTHOGRAPTIDAE 

Acanthograptus 

bulbosus. Rhizograpsus 

Calyptograptus 

Cephalograptus 

ciliatus. Glossograpsus 

clintonensis, Graptolithus 

Clonograptus 

cometa, Diplograpsus 

communis, Monograptus convolutus 

crenulatus, Monograptus vomerinus 

cyathiformis, Calyptograpsus 

CYRTOGRAPTIDAE 

Cyrtograptus 

Dicellograptus 

DICHOGRAPTIDAE 

Dichograptus 

dichotomous, Staurograpsus 

Didymograptus 

DIPLOGRAPTIDAE 

Diplograptus 

elegans, Didymograpsus 

exiguus, Monograptus 

geinitzianus, Gladiolites* 

Glossograptus 

gracilis, Graptolithus 

granti, Acanthograpsus 

lanceolatus, Trigonograpsus 

linearis, Cladograpsus 

major, Monograptus triangulatus 

manitoulinensis, Climacograprus 

Monograptus 

murchisoni, Graptolithus 

murchisonii, Cyrtograpsus 

Nemagraptus 

Pleurograptus 

plumosus, Graptolithus 

priodon, Lomatoceras 

pristis, Prionotus 

Retiolites 

Rhizograptus 

riccartonensis, Monograptus 

rigidus, Graptolithus 

rostratus, Monograptus communis 

sedgwickii, Dichograpsus 

serra, Fucoides 

similis, Monograptus fimbriatus 

Staurograptus 

Streptograptus 

Tetragraptus 

triangulatus, Rastrites 

Trigonograptus 

Hirudinea 

ceylanica, Hirudo 
Haemadipsa 
Hirudo 
Limnatis 

medicinalis, Hirudo 
nilotica, Bdella 

Holothuroidea 

aculeata. Holothuria 
arenicola, Holothuria 

australis, Colochirus 
buccalis, Thyone 
coluber. Holothuria 
dimcilis, Holothuria 
doliolum. Actinia 



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equinus, Priapus 
hilla, Holothuria 
Holothuria 

leucospilota, Stichopus 
mauritiana^ Holothuria 
moebii, Holothuria 
nobilis, Mulleria 
Pentacta 

rufescens, Polycheira 
tremula, Holothuria 
variegatus, Stichopus 

Hydrozoa 

arbuscula, Eudendrium 

Axopora 

AXOPORIDAE 

Campanularia 

Clytia 

costata, Zanclea 

Filellum 

flexuosa, Laomedea 

gemmascens, Madrepora 

gracilis, Laomedea 

HALECIIDAE 

halecina, Sertularia 

Halecium 

johnstoni, Campanularia 

Laomedea 

Physalia 

physalis, Holothuria 

Plumularia 

pyriformis, Geodia 

serpens, Campanularia 

setacea, Sertularia 

volubiiis, Sertularia 

Zanclea 

Insecta, Anoplura 

capillatus, Solenopotes 

eurysternus, Haematopinus 

humanus, Pediculus 

Pedicuius 

Pthirus 

pubis, Pediculus 

Solenopotes 

Insecta, Coleoptera 

abbreviatus, Curculio 

acaroides, Sphaerius 

Acilius 

Acinaces 

Acrolocha 

Acrotona 

acuminata, Buprestis 

ADERIDAE 

Aderus 

advena, Cryptophagus 

aenea, Buprestis 

aeneus, Hydrophilus 

aethiops, Lamia 

Agonum 

AGONUMIDAE 

Agrodes 

AGRODINI 

Ahasverus 

albicinctus, Cholus 

alboguttata, Saperda 

Alphitobius 

Altica 

americanus, Carabus 



Anacaena 

Anaspis 

angusticolle, Coryphium 

Anisarthria 

Anobium 

Anomala 

Anthrenus 

ANTHRIBIDAE 

Anthribus 

apiarius, Attelabus 

apterum, Ptilium 

aquatica, Silpha 

asparagi, Chrysomela* 

ASPIDIPHORIDAE 

Aspidiphorus 

assimilis, Curculio 

Astraeus 

Atechna 

ater, Curculio 

ater, Dytiscus 

ater, Ptilinus 

aterrima, Aleochara 

Atheta 

Athyreus 

atra, Aleochara 

atripes, Cassida 

Attelabus 

aurifer, Curculio 

autographus, Bostrichus 

avara, Lara 

Baeocera 

barbicornis, Curculio 

barbicornis, Rhina 

barbirostris, Curculio 

Berosus 

bifurcatus, Athyreus 

biguttatus, Dytiscus 

bilineatus, Dytiscus 

bimaculatus, Elater 

bipustulata, Tritoma 

bipustulatus, Lyctus 

bituberculatum. Liparthrum 

boleti, Chrysomela 

boleti, Lytta 

Bolitochara 

BOLITOCHARINI 

Bostrichus 

Brachyderes 

BRACHYDERINAE 

Brachyomus 

BRACHYPTERINAE 

Brachypterolus 

Brachypterus 

brachypterus, Dermestes 

brevipalpis, Helophorus 

BRUCHIDAE 

Bruchus 

brunneus, Xylotrogus 

Bryaxis 

bulbifer, Pselaphus 

Buprestis 

Byrrhus 

Bythinus 

cadaverinus, Tenebrio 

caedemadens, Cassida 

caeruleus, Clerus 

caesum, Ptilium 

caperans, Brachycerus 

capucinus, Dermestes 

caraboides, Scarabaeus 

Carabus 

carpini, Anobium 

Cassida 



CASSIDINAE 

castaneum, Colydium 

Castiarina 

catarractus, Cycloderes 

cellaris, Dermestes 

Ceratophyus 

Cerocoma 

Ceroplesis 

Cerylon 

CERYLONIDAE 

Ceutorhynchus 

Chlorophanus 

Cholus 

CHORAGIDAE 

Choragus 

Chrysobothris 

Chrysolina 

Chrysomela 

chrysomelinus, Staphylinus 

chrysostigma, Buprestis 

cichorii, Meloe 

cinereus, Dytiscus* 

cinnabarina, Meloe 

cinnamopterum, Tetropium 

clavicornis, Dermestes 

clavipes, Curculio 

Clerus 

coccinea, Cantharis 

Coeliodes 

Colon 

COLYDIIDAE 

Colydium 

constricta, Tachyusa 

Copris 

Coprophilus 

coriacea, Meladema 

coriarius, Cerambyx 

cornuta, Trogosita 

corticalis, Curculio 

Coryphium 

costatum, Oosternum 

Cotinis 

Creniphilus 

Crenitis* 

crenulatus, Byrrhus 

Creophilus 

creticus, Helophorus 

Crioceris* 

Cryptocephalus 

Cryptophagus 

Cryptopleurum 

CRYPTORHYNCHINAE 

Cryptorhynchus 

Cucujus 

culinaris, Tenebrio 

cupratus, Eurhin 

curculionoides, Metopias 

cyanea, Buprestis 

cyanea, Lema 

Cyclaxyra 

Cycloderes 

decemnotatus, Agabus 

Dendroctonus 

Diaperis 

Diaprepes 

Diastocera 

Dicerca 

dispar, Scarabaeus 

Dorcatoma 

Drasterius 

dresdensis, Dorkatoma 

dryados, Curculio 

Dryocoetes 



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Dryophthorus 
dubia, Melanochroa 
dubia, Nitidula 

duodecimguttata, Chrysomela 

DYTISCIDAE 

Dytiscus 

echidna, Hispa 

elegans, Agrodes 

ELMIDAE 

Elmis 

elongatus, Bostrichus 

Enema 

enema, Scarabaeus 

Enhydrus 

ephippium, Cassida 

erythropterus, Staphylinus 

Euglenes 

EUGLENESmAE 

EURHININI 

Eurhinus 

EURHYNCHINAE 

Eurhynchus 

excavatum, Anobium 

excisus, Curculio 

fabriciana, Horia 

falsata, Baeocera 

fasciatus, Anthribus 

fausti, Helophorus 

femorata, Dry ops 

festiva, Buprestis 

flabellipes, Curculio 

flava, Zonitis 

flavicornis, Chrysomela 

flavipes, Chrysomela 

flavipes, Dytiscus 

flavopictus, Asthraeus 

foetidus, Scarabaeus 

fontisbellaquaei, Omalisus 

fracticornis, Staphylinus 

frischii, Melolontha 

frontalis, Mordella 

fulgidus, Staphylinus 

fur, Cerambyx 

fuscipes, Dytiscus 

fuscus, Ptilinus 

Galerita 

GALERITINI 

Galeruca 

Gauropterus 

gazella, Mecocerus 

Geoderces 

Geonemus 

Georissus 

Geotrupes 

GEOTRUPINI 

Globicornis 

globulus, Hydrophilus 

Glyptus 

gnatho, Brentus 

Gnatocerus 

graminicola, Aleochara 

granarius, Curculio 

granulatus, Carabus 

Graphoderus 

griseus, Hypothenemus 

grossa, Silpha 

Grynobius 

Gymnetis 

Gyrinus 

GYROHYPNINI 

Gyrohypnus 

haematites, Cassida 

Harminius 

haworthi, Aleochara 



Helochares 

Helophorus 

hermanni, Dytiscus 

heydenii, Leptinotarsa 

histeroides, Lyctus 

Horia 

HORIIDAE 

howardi, Diabrotica undecimpunctata 

Hydrobius 

Hydrophilus 

Hygrobia 

hypolithus, Tenebrio 

incanus, Curculio 

incomptus, Geoderces 

inops, Cryphalus 

inornata, Saperda 

Ischnopoda 

Ischnosoma 

Ischyrus 

junix, Brachycerus 

Kateretes 

KATERETIDAE 

Korynetes 

Lachnopus 

laetus, Schizopus 

laevigatum. Opatrum 

Lampyris 

lanius, Scarabaeus 

lapathi, Curculio 

Lara 

LARAINI 

lateritius, Platycnemus 

lebasii, Acinaces 

Lema 

Leptinotarsa 

lesueuri, Erotylus 

Leucochilus 

leucopus, Staphylinus 

leucothyreus, Promecops 

levicollis, Staphylinus 

lilii, Attelabus 

Lilioceris 

linearis, Staphylinus 

Liparthrum 

lividus, Dytiscus 

lunaris, Scarabaeus 

Luperus 

luridus, Dytiscus 

Lybas 

Magdalis 

magnifica, Phaenomeris 

mangiferae, Cryphalus 

margelanica, Platyscelis 

marginalis, Dytiscus 

marginata, Leptura 

marginatum Carabus 

marinus, Elophorus 

marmorarus, Curculio 

maugetii, Elmis 

maxillosus, Staphylinus 

Mecocerus 

Megasternum 

Megischyrus 

Meladema 

Melanochroa 

Melanophila 

melanothrix, Trachyphloeus 

melas, Dermestes 

Meloe 

MELOIDAE 

Melolontha 

melolontha, Scarabaeus 

mercurialis, Curculio 

merdigera, Chrysomela 



meridiana, Leptura 
Meriellum 
Metopias 
METOPIASINI 

micans, Bostrichus 

MICROSPORIDAE* 

Microsporus 

minutum, Sphaeridium 

misumenus, Somatodes 

mollis, Carabus 

moniliferus. Pachyrhynchus 

monoceros, Attelabus 

monographus, Bostrichus 

Mononychus 

mucronata, Hispa 

murinus, Byrrhus 

mutabilis. Gymnetis 

mutillarius. Clerus 

Mycetoporus 

Mycotretus 

Mylabris 

nana, Buprestis 

Nanophyes 

natator, Dytiscus 

nebulosa, Cassida 

Necrobia 

Nemocestes 

Nemognatha 

NEMOGNATH1NAE 

Nephanes 

nigripes. Dermestes 

nitens, Curculio 

nitida, Cicindela 

noctiluca, Cantharis 

normalis, Lybas 

notaticollis, Leucocelis 

Notoxus 

obscurellus, Helophorus Trichelophorus 

obscurus, Dermestes 

obsidianus, Microsporus 

Ochthebius 

octoguttata, Buprestis 

octotuberculatus, Curculio 

oculatus, Anthicus 

oleracea, Chrysomela 

Omalisus 

Oncomera 

Oodescelis 

Oosternum 

Ophonus 

orbiculata, Nitidula 

ORTHOCERINI 

Orthocerus 

oryzae, Curculio 

Othius 

OTIORHYNCHINAE 

Otiorhynchus 

Oxypoda 

OXYPODIDES 

PACHYRHYNCHINI 

Pachyrhynchus 

Palmar 

pan, Scarabaeus 

Paracymus 

pauxillum, Apion Rhinapion 

pedicularis, Dermestes 

Peltis 

pericarpius, Curculio 

pertii, Stigmodera 

PHAENOMERIDIDAE 

PHAENOMERINA 

Phaenomeris 

Phaenomerus 

Phaenops 



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Phaleria 

Phloeosinus 

Phloeotribus 

PHYLLOBIINI 

Phyllobius . 

Phymatestes 

Phymatodes 

Phytobius 

piceus, Dytiscus 

picipes, Byrrhus 

picirostris, Curculio 

pilula, Dermestes 

piniperda, Dermestes 

pisorum, Dermestes 

Planoplatyscelis 

planus, Dytiscus 

Platycerus 

PLATYCNEMINI 

Platycnemus 

Platynectes 

Platypria 

Platyscelis 

Poecilonota 

polita, Blaps 

politula. Cyclomorpha 

POLYDROSINI 

Polydrusus 

populi, Chrysomela 

porcellus, Ptochus 

Porcinolus 

Priobium 

Prionus 

Proagoderus 

Promecodes 

proscarabaeus, Meloe 

Proteinus 

proteus, Merium 

Ptenidium 

Ptilinus 

Ptilium 

Ptinella 

PTINIDAE 

Ptinus 

Ptochus 

pulchra, Aleochara 

pulicarius, Dermestes 

punctatostriatus, Hydrobius 

punctatus, Ptinus 

punctulatus, Staphylinus 

punctumalbum, Curculio 

punctus, Tachinus 

purpurea, Sagra 

pusillum, Scaphidium 

pyri, Curculio 

Pyrochroa 

quadripunctatus, Erotylus 

quadrituberculatus, Curculio 

QUEDUNI 

Quedius 

retusus, Scarabaeus 

Rhantus 

Rhinapion 

rhinoides, Trypetes 

Rhinoncus 

Rhinostomus 

Rhizophagus 

RHOPALOCERINI 

Rhopalocerus 

Rhyncolus 

ritsemae, Onthophagus Proagoderus 

rondanii, Monotonia 

rufipes, Byrrhus 

rufipes, Staphylinus 

rufiventris, Hydrobius 



rufus, Scarabaeus 
rutilans, Buprestis 
sabulicola, Carabus 

Saperda 

scabrior, Eurhinus 

scalaris, Cerambyx 

scarabaeoides, Scolytus 

schaefferi, Meloe 

Schizopus 

Scintillatrix 

SCOLYTIDAE 

Scolytus 

scolytus, Bostrichus 

scrophulariae, Dermestes 

sculptilis, Glyptus 

scutellaris, Tachys 

securiger, Pselaphus 

semistriatus, Byrrhus 

sericea, Chrysomela 

sheppardi, Choragus 

Simplocaria 

Sitophilus 

Somatodes 

SOMATODINAE 

spectabilis, Oxypoda 

Sphaerius* 

SPHAERIUSIDAE 

Sphenophorus 

SPHINDIDAE 

Sphindus 

spiniger, Athous 

splendidus, Tachinus 

staphylaea, Chrysomela 

STAPHYLINIDAE 

Staphylinus 

Stenocorus 

stephensi, Tychius 

stercorarius, Scarabaeus 

Stethaspis 

striatulus, Staphylinus 

striatum, Omalium 

Strongylocassis 

subspinosa, Crioceris 

sulcatus, Dytiscus 

sulcatus, Gyrinus 

sundewalli, Phaenomerus 

suturalis, Colymbetes 

suturalis. Melolontha 

symphyti, Longitarsus 

Tachinus 

TACHINUSIDAE 

TACHYPORIDAE 

Tachyporus 

Tachys 

Tachyusa 

taeniatus, Calomicrus 

tanaceti, Chrysomela 

tarsatus, Hydroporus 

Temnorhynchus 

Tetropium 

Thinonoma 

thujae, Hylesinus 

tibialis, Chrysomela 

titan, Trichopteryx 

Tomicus 

Tribolium 

Trichodes 

trifasciata, Lamia 

Tritoma 

Tropiphorus 

Trypetes 

TRYPETIDINAE 

tuberculata, Lagria 

turcicus, Laemophloeus 



Uloma 

undatus, Curculio 

undatus, Erotylus 

undecimnotata, Coccinella 

undecimpunctata, Diabrotica 

Uroplata 

UROPLATINI 

urticae, Dermestes 

variabilis, Cerambyx 

variolosa, Buprestis 

Vatellus 

viennensis, Kolon 

violaceus, Curculio 

violaceus, Dermestes 

viridicollis. Curculio 

vittata, Zonitis 

wiedii, Poecilma 

XANTHOLININI 

Xantholinus 

Xyleborus 

Xyletinus 

Zeugophora 

zonatus, Dytiscus 

ZONITIDINAE 

Zonitis 

Zygops 

Zyras 

Insecta, Collembola 

Actaletes 

albinus. Cyphodeirus 

ambulans, Podura 

antarctica, Tullbergia 

ANUROPHORINAE 

Anurophorus 

aquatica, Podura 

aquaticus, Sminthurus 

armata, Podura 

bicinctus, Smynthurus 

Bourletiella 

Candida, Folsomia 

Ceratophysella 

cincta, Podura 

curvicollis, Lepidocyrtus 

Cyphoderus 

Deuterosminthurus 

Dicyrtoma 

Dicyrtomina 

Entomobrya 

ENTOMOBRYIDAE 

Folsomia 

Friesea 

fusca, Paronella 

fuscus, Papirius 

Heteromurus 

hortensis, Sminthurus 

Hypogastrura 

HYPOGASTRURINAE 

Isotoma 

Isotomurus 

laricis, Anurophorus 

Lepidocyrtus 

margaritarius, Heteromurus 

minuta, Podura 

mirabilis, Triaena 

murinus, Neelus 

muscorum, Achorutes 

muscorum. Degeeria 

Neanura 

NEANURINAE 

Neelus 

neptuni, Actaletes 

niger, Smynthurus 



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Onychiurus 

Orchesella 

palustris, Podura 

Paronella 

Podura 

Sminthurides 

Sminthurinus 

Sminthurus 

Tomocerus 

Tullbergia 

viaticus, Achorutes 

viridis, Isotoma 

viridis, Podura 

Insecta, Dermaptera 

aptera, Forficula 

auricularia, Forficula 

Chelidura 

Forficula 

Hemimerus 

Labia 

minor, Forficula 

talpoides, Hemimerus 

Insecta, Dictyoptera 

Blattella 

BLATTELLIDAE 
brasiliensis, Blatta 
Caeparia 
ECTOBIIDAE 
Epilampra 
EPILAMPRIDAE 
germanica, Blatta 
oblongata, Blatta 
PSEUDOMOPIDAE 
Pseudomops 
saussurii, Panesthia 
transfuga, Blatta 

Insecta, Diptera 

Acanthocnema 

Achias 

ACHIIDAE 

Actia 

acutangula, Limosina 

aegypti, Culex 

Agromyza 

albothorax, Banksinella luteolateralis 

algecirensis, Ceratopogon pulicaris 

alveofrons, Dasiops 

amazonicum, Simulium 

anisotae, Achaetoneura 

Anopheles 

ANOPHELINAE 

Anthalia 

apicalis, Pygophora 

arcticus, Platygaster 

argyrocephala, Tachina 

atlanticus, Chrysops 

aucta, Cephalops 

austeni, Simulium 

azurea, Musca 

Bibio 

BIBIONIDAE 

Bironella 

borealis, Simulia 

Borophaga 

bovis. Oestrus 

brevipalpis, Toxorhynchites 

buccatus, Conops 

Cacoxenus 



caecutiens, Tabanus 

calcitrans, Conops 

Calliphora 

Campsicnemus 

canicularis, Musca 

caspius, Culex 

Cephalosphaera 

Cephenemyia 

cervus, Pangonia 

Chaetolonchaea 

chamaeleon, Musca 

Chamaemyia 

CHAMAEMYIIDAE 

Chamaepsila 

Cheilosia 

CHLOROPINAE 

Chlorops 

chorea, Musca 

Chrysops 

CHRYSOPSINAE 

Chyromya 

CHYROMYIDAE 

cingulata, Actia 

circumluteola, Banksinella luteolateralis 

claviger, Culex 

Cnetha 

Cochliomyia 

Coenomyia 

conica, Pangonia 

conyzae, Euribia 

Coproica 

corrigiolata, Musca 

crassipennis, Syrphus 

cristata, Dexia 

curvipes, Dolichopus 

curvipes, Sphaerocera 

czizeki, Tipula 

Damalis 

Dasineura 

Dasiops 

dasyops, Lonchaea 

denticularus, Borborus 

Dexia 

DOLICHOPODIDAE 

Dolichopus 

domestica, Musca 

Ectophasia 

Elaphella 

elegans, Chamaemy[i]a 

elegans, Phytomyza 

Elfia 

Ephydra 

EPHYDRIDAE* 

Eristalis 

Estheria 

Eumerus 

Exoprosopa 

exsculpta, Ochthera 

femorata, Phora 

fenestralis, Helomyza 

ferruginea, Musca 

ferruginea, Simulia 

ferruginea, Tipula 

ferrugineus, Conops 

flava, Musca 

flaviceps, Notiphila 

flavipes, Chironomus 

flavipes, Syrphus 

frit, Musca 

furcatus, Pipunculus 

Gasterophilus 

geniculata, Musca 

Glabellula 

glabra, Madiza 



Goniurellia 

gracilis. Bironella 

graminum, Tachydromia 

grossa, Musca 

GYMNOMYZIDAE 

Haematobia 

haemorrhoidalis. Oestrus 

Helophilus 

heraclei, Musca 

Hirtea 

hortorum, Tipula 

hortulana, Tipula 

hydei, Drosophila 

Hydrellia 

HYDRELLIIDAE 

Hvdrophoria 

HYDROPHORINAE 

Hydrophorus 

Hypoderma 

immigrans, Drosophila 

indagator, Cacoxenus 

infirma, Anthomyia 

intestinalis. Oestrus 

irritans, Conops 

Ischiolepta 

jaceana, Euribia 

juxtacrenobium, Simulium Nevermannia 

lamia, Roeselia 

lancifer, Musca 

Lasioptera 

larifrons, Chaetodacus 

latifrons, Lonchaea 

latipes, Atractocera 

Lespesia 

Lestodiplosis 

limosa, Copromyza 

Lonchaea 

LONCHAEIDAE 

longicornis, Hirtea 

luteoscutellata, Phytagromyza 

lutosa, Limosina 

macellaria, Musca 

maculipennis. Anopheles 

Madiza 

MADIZINAE 

Mansonia 

marginalis, Musca 

mcintoshi, Aedes Neomelaniconion 

mercatorum, Drosophila 

Metopia 

METOPIAINI 

Microchrysa 

Micropeza 

MICROPEZIDAE 

Mosillus 

Musca 

Mycteromyia 

Myopa 

Napomyza 

nasalis. Oestrus 

nebulosus, Hydrophorus 

Nemotelus 

nigrimana, Cordylura 

notata, Tipula 

nubeculosa, Tipula 

Nupedia 

Nycteribia 

oculatus, Achias 

Oecothea 

Oedemagena 

Oestrus 

oleracea, Tipula 

orbata, Tachina 

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ovis, Oestrus 

paludosa, Tipula 

pandora, Anthrax 

pantherina, Musca 

papatasi, Bibio 

parallelus, Dacus 

Paraphytomyza 

parvulus, Dacus 

pedicularia, Nycteribia 

pellucens, Musca 

pendula, Musca 

Phaenopsectra 

Phasia 

Phlebotomus 

Phyllomya 

picta, Lasioptera 

planiceps, Damalis 

Platystoma 

PLATYSTOMATIDAE 

polita, Musca 

posticatum, Simulia 

Protocalliphora 

Protophormia 

pumilionis, Musca 

puncticollis, Ceratopogon 

punctipes, Chironomus 

putrida, Drosophila 

Pygophora 

Pyrophaena 

regelationis, Tipula 

reptans, Agromyza 

riparia, Ephydra 

rosae, Musca 

rosarum, Syrphus 

rufa, Simulia 

rustica, Musca 

rutila, Megarhinus 

scambus, Dolichopus 

Scatopse 

SCATOPSIDAE 

schoenherri, Anthalia 

seminationis, Musca 

septemguttata, Lestodiplosis 

Sicus 

signatus, Chironomus 

Siphona 

sisymbrii, Tipula 

Sphaerocera 

Stegomyia 

stigmatosoma, Culex 

Stilpon 

STOMOXYIDAE 

Stomoxys 

STRATIOMYIDAE 

Stratiomys 

subcoleoptrata, Conops 

subcunctans, Tipula 

subsultans, Musca 

subsultans, Syrphus 

sylvarum, Musca 

sylvaticus, Pipunculus 

Tachina 

TACHINIDAE 

taeniorhynchus, Culex 

TANYTARSINI 

Tanytarsus 

tarandi, Oestrus 

tenax, Musca 

terraenovae, Phormia 

thriambus, Culex 

Tipula 

TIPULIDAE 

titillans, Culex 

Tomosvaryella 



Toxorhynchites 
TOXORHYNCHITINAE 
tricolor, Syrphus 
tridens, Urellia 
trilineata, Musca 
trompe, Oestrus 
ungulata, Musca 
variegata, Hippobosca 
venustus, Syrphus 
vernum, Simulia 
Verrallia 

vidua, Calliphora 
vigilax, Culex 
Volucella 

VOLUCELLIDAE 
volvulus, Musca 
vomitoria, Musca 
Xylota 

Insecta, Embioptera 

Apterembia 
cercocyrta, Dictyoploca 

Insecta, Ephemeroptera 

Baetis 

fuscata, Ephemera 

Insecta, Heteroptera 

abietum, Gastrodes 

Acompocoris 

acuta, Cimex 

aeneus, Cimex 

affinis, Corixa 

albifrons, Corixa 

alutaceus, Carcinochelis 

Alydus 

ANTHOCORIDAE 

Anthocoris 

antillarum, Cimex 

Aphanus 

Apolygus 

Aquarius 

Artheneis 

ater, Capsus 

ater, Cimex 

austriacus, Cimex 

Bellecoris 

Beosus 

BERYTIDAE 

Berytinus 

bicolor, Litosoma* 

BLISSINAE 

Blissus 

Brachystira 

calcaratus, Cimex 

calcaratus, Miris 

Campylosteira 

capsiformis, Nabis 

Capsus 

Carcinochelis 

cardui, Cimex 

Catoplatus 

caucasicus, Aradus 

chiragra, Lygaeus 

chrysis, Lygaeus 

ciliata, Notonecta 

Cimex 

CIMICIDAE 

cimicoides, Nepa 

cinerea, Nepa 

cinerea, Stenopoda 



clavatus, Cimex 

clavicornis, Lygaeus 

clavipes, Cimex 

cognatus, Scolopostethus 

coleoptrata, Sigara 

confluens, Corisa 

consanguinea, Davila 

consimilis, Berytus 

Corisella 

Corixa 

CORIXIDAE 

Crinocerus 

Cymatia 

CYMATIAINAE 

Dictyonota 

Diplonychus 

Discocephala 

DISCOCEPHALINAE 

distincta, Corisa 

dolabratus, Cimex 

dorsalis, Corixa 

Elasmucha 

Elatophilus 

Enithares 

ephippium, Reduvius 

Erbula 

Eysarcoris 

fabricii, Tingis 

fakir, Belostoma 

femorata, Corixa 

Fenestrella 

ferrugatus. Cimex 

ferus, Cimex 

foveolata, Artheneis 

Gastrodes 

germari, Corisa 

GERRIDAE 

Gerris 

gigas, Hypselopus 

glauca, Notonecta 

griseola, Micronecta 

guttula, Reduvius 

hastatus, Lygaeus 

Heterogaster 

HETEROGASTRINAE 

hieroglyphicus, Aradus 

hirticornis, Neides 

hirtulus, Blissus 

Hypselopus 

Ilyocoris 

Jakowleffia 

Krizousacorixa 

lacustris, Cimex 

latipes, Cydnus 

lectularius, Cimex 

Leptocorisa 

LEPTOCORISINI 

Leptopterna 

Lethocerus 

leucopterus, Lygaeus 

Ligyrocoris 

limbatus, Phytocoris 

Lincus 

littoralis, Cimex 

Lizinus 

Lygocoris 

Lygus 

maculatus, Naucoris 

maritimus, Cimex 

marmorea, Discocephala 

MEGALONOTINI 

Megalonotus 

Melorus 

mercenaria, Corixia 



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Micronecta 

MICRONECTINAE 

minutissima, Notonecta 

MIRIDAE 

Miris 

montivagus, Berytus 

Myodocha 

MYODOCHINI 

NABINI 

Nabis 

najas, Cimex 

NAUCORIDAE 

Naucoris 

Neides 

nemorum, Cimex 

nigrellus, Anthocoris 

nigricornis, Anthocoris 

nigrolineata, Corisa 

Notonecta 

NOTONECTIDAE 

Nysius 

obliqua, Notonecta 

Oncotylus 

Orthunga 

ovata, Fenestrella 

pabulinus, Cimex 

Pachylops* 

paludum, Gerris 

Parasigara 

Peggichisme 

personatus, Cimex 

Pilophorus 

pini, Anthocoris 

pini, Cimex 

Podisus 

pratensis, Cimex 

propinqua, Corisa 

Prostemma 

PROSTEMMATINAE 

PTYELINI 

punctata, Sigara 

punctipes, Oncotylus 

pygmaeus, Lygaeus 

quadratus, Lygaeus 

quadripunctatus, Lygaeus 

REDUVIIDAE 

Reduvius 

RHYPAROCHROMINAE 

Rhyparochromus 

Rhypodes 

rolandri, Cimex 

rostrata, Aelia 

rubra, Nepa 

rubrofasciatus, Cimex 

rufospilota, Pentatoma 

rustica, Nepa 

ryeii, Drymus sylvaticus 

Salda 

sanctus, Cimex 

Sastragala 

scholtzi, Sigara 

Scolopostethus 

Scoparipes 

serripes, Myodochus 

setulosa, Anomaloptera 

Sigara 

southwoodi, Stenocoris 

Stenocoris 

Stenodema 

STENODEMINI 

Stenopoda 

STENOPODAINAE 

stigmatellus, Anthocoris 

stollii, Zaitha 



striata, Notonecta 
striatus, Cimex 
strichnocera, Dictyonota 
sylvestris, Cimex 
tenuis, Cyrtopeltis 
Tetyra 

thymi, Lygaeus 
TINGIDAE 
Tingis 

tipularius, Cimex 
tipuloides, Cimex 
transversa, Corisa 
Triatoma 
TRIATOMINI 
uniguttatus, Cimex 
urticae, Cimex 
verna, Tingis 
verticalis, Corisa 
vicarius, Oeciacus 
virens, Cimex 
virescens, Litosoma 
vittipennis, Podisus 
v-luteum, Cimex 
wahlbergi, Emesa 

Insecta, Homoptera 

ACANTHOCOCCIDAE 

Acanthococcus 

aceris, Acanthococcus 

acuminatum, Lecanium 

Adelges 

ADELGINAE 

agilis, Lachnus 

Allygidius 

Allygus 

alni, Cercopis 

alni, Chermes 

anceps, Delphax 

APHIDIDAE 

Aphis 

Aphrophora 

APHROPHORIDAE 

artifex, Cardiaspis 

Asiraca 

ASIRACINAE 

Aspidoproctus 

atomaria. Cicada 

atropunctata, Cicada 

aurita, Cicada* 

bancrofti, Spondyliaspis 

betulella, Calaphis 

betulina, Aphis 

Bhatia 

bicincta, Eurymela 

bursaria, Aphis 

buxi, Coccus 

CALAPHIDINI 

Calaphis 

callunae, Aphis 

Cardiaspina 

Cercopis 

Chaitophorus 

Cicadella 

CICADELLIDAE 

Cinara 

CINARINI 

clavicornis, Cicada* 

Coccus 

coccus, Dactylopius 

coffeae, Lecanium 

Conomelus 

corni, Lecanium 

crassicornis. Cicada 



DACTYLOPIIDAE 

Dactylopius 

dauci. Aphis 

DELPHACIDAE 

Delphax 

Dictyophara 

Elymana 

ERIOCOCCIN1 

Eriococcus 

eucalypti, Psylla 

Euceraphis 

Euconomelus 

Eulachnus 

Eulecanium 

Eupteryx 

europaea, Fulgora 

Eurymeloides 

festucae, Myzus 

flavescens, Tettigonia 

flavilabris, Aphalara 

Fonscolombia 

Fulgora 

fusca, Chermes 

fusca, Psylla 

fuscoviride, Metopeurum 

glauca, Poeciloptera 

Glycaspis 

gossypii, Aphis 

graminis, Fonscolombia 

Hansenia 

hesperidum, Coccus 

humuli, Aphis 

Hyalopterus 

IASSINAE 

Iassus 

juglandis, Aphis 

Kilifia 

LACHNINAE 

Lachnus 

lanio, Cicada 

laricis, Adelges 

laternaria. Cicada 

Ledra* 

LEDRIDAE 

lepida, Delphax 

Leprota 

LEUCASPIDINAE 

Leucaspis 

leucomelas, Chaitophorus 

longispinus, Dactylopius 

MACROPSIDAE 

Macropsis 

melichari, Leprota 

Metopeurum 

meunieri, Schizoneura 

mixta, Cicada 

monardae, Rhopalosiphum 

myrmecophilum, Macrosiphum 

nigropicrus, Thamnotettix 

olivaceus, Eutettix 

Ormenoflata 

padi. Aphis 

PANAPHIDINI 

Panaphis 

Parthenolecanium 

PEMPHIGINI 

Pemphigus 

pertinax, Walkeriana 

PHILAEN1NI 

Philaenus 

Phorodon 

pini, Aphis 

pini, Aspidiotus 

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prasina, Jassus 

pruni, Aphis 

PSEUDOCOCCIDAE 

Pseudococcus 

Psylla 

PSYLLIDAE 

Ptyelus 

pulverulenta, Poeciloptera 

punctipennis. Aphis 

pyri, Aphis 

quercus, Cicada 

roboris, Aphis 

Saissetia 

sambuci, Aphis 

sanguinolenta. Cicada 

Semiaphis 

SPONDYLIASPIDINAE 

Spondyliaspis 

spumaria, Cicada 

strepitans, Cicadetta 

sulphurella, Cicadula 

Tetraneura 

tiliae. Coccus 

Typhlocyba 

TYPHLOCYBIDAE 

ulmi, Aphis 

viridis, Cicada 

Insecta, Hymenoptera 

abdominalis, Tiphia 

Acamptopoeum 

Acantholyda 

advena, Odynerus 

Aenasioidea 

aethiops, Tenthredo 

agilis, Meiissodes 

agrorum, Tenthredo 

Alastor 

Alastoroides 

alastoroides, Odynerus 

alternans, Lyda 

ambiguus, Cryptus 

amerinae, Cynips 

Ametastegia 

Ammophila 

Anaphes 

ANAPHINI 

Ancistroceroides 

angulicollis, Odynerus 

annulata, Apis 

annulicornis, Coccobius 

anomalus, Halictus 

Anoplius 

Antepipona 

ANTHIDIIDAE 

Anthidium 

Anthophora 

ANTHOPHORIDAE 

Antodynerus 

Aphidius 

apii, Alysia 

appendiculata, Blastophaga 

Arge 

Astata 

atropos, Alastor 

atropos, Odynerus 

Augochlora 

AUGOCHLORINI 

aurantii, Coccophagus 

australis, Microgaster 

avenae, Aphidius 

bedeguaris, Ichneumon 

Bethylus 



bicinctus, Crabro 

bihamata, Formica 

bipunctatus, Mellinus 

bizonatus, Odynerus 

Blastophaga 

Blennocampa 

BLENNOCAMPINI 

Bombus 

bombylans, Apis 

BOTHRIOTHORACINI 

Bothriothorax 

Bracon 

brasiliensis, Alastor 

brevipennis, Proctotrupes 

caesa, Agathis 

californicus, Odynerus 

Caliroa 

CALIROINI 

Camponotus 

caricae, Cynips 

CENTRIDINI 

Centris 

centuncularis, Apis 

Cephalomutilla 

cephalotes, Halictus 

cephalotes, Tenthredo 

Cephus 

Ceraphron 

Ceratina 

CERATINIDAE* 

Ceratosolen 

Chelonus 

chinensis, Odynerus 

Chloralictus 

chrysothorax, Vespa 

Cimbex 

cinxia, Tenthredo Allantus 

clavicornis, Encyrtus 

clavipes, Sphex 

clotho, Alastor 

Coccobius 

Coeloides 

coleoptratus, Thysanus 

Colletes 

COLLETIDAE 

coloboptera, Vespa 

columbianus, Euderus 

costulatus, Halictus 

Crabro 

crassipes, Paracolletes 

cressonii, Halictus 

cribraria, Vespa 

cruentus, Odynerus 

CRYPTINAE 

Cryptocampus 

Cryptus* 

cucurbitina, Apis 

dantici, Vespa 

Dapsilarthra 

Dasypoda 

DASYPODAIDAE 

decorata, Oxystoglossa 

desponsa, Meiissodes 

diabolica, Mutilla 

Dialictus 

dimidiata, Apis 

Diodontus 

Diplolepis 

Diprion 

Disophrys 

Dryinus 

dyscherus, Odynerus 

Encarsia 

Endelomyia 



enodis, Tenthredo 

Ephialtes 

Epsilon 

erythrocephala, Tenthredo 

Eucera 

EUCERIDAE 

Euchroeus 

Eulaema 

Eulophus 

Euodynerus 

extensorius, Ichneumon 

flavescens, Vespa 

flavipennis, Sphex 

Formica 

formicarius, Dryinus 

FORMICIDAE 

fuscicornis, Omalus 

Galeopsomyia 

Gemmura 

gibba, Sphex 

gigas, Ichneumon 

gigas, Leucospis 

glabrata, Tenthredo 

Gnamptodon 

graviceps, Ephuta Traumatomutilla 

haemorrhoidalis, Apis 

HALICTIDAE 

Halictus 

herrichii, Odynerus 

Heterelis 

Heterogyna 

HETEROGYNAEDAE 

hirtipes, Andrena 

humeralis, Odynerus 

hiimilis. Bombus 

HYLAEIDAE 

Hylaeus 

Hypalastor 

Hypalastoroides 

Hypancistrocerus 

Hypodynerus 

Ichneumon 

idalia, Megalopta 

inanis, Lyda 

indica, Mutilla 

inferentia, Poecilostoma 

instigator, Ichneumon 

interruptus, Solenius 

isomorpha, Blastothrix Metablastothrix 

Kerrichiella 

labiata, Megilla 

Lasius 

latiscapus, Aenasioidea 

leprieuri, Meiissodes 

Lestiphorus 

Lestis 

ligniperda, Formica 

liturata, Tenthredo 

longicauda, Agathis 

longicornis, Apis 

lucorum, Apis 

luctuosus, Odynerus 

Ludita 

lutea, Tenthredo 

macrocera, Mira 

Macrophya 

Macropis 

manicata, Apis 

manifestator. Ichneumon 

Megachile 

Megalodontes 

MEGALODONTESIDAE 

Megalopta 

Meiissodes 



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Metablastothrix 

Metaphycus 

METOPIINAE 

Metopius 
Microgaster 

Microterys 

militaris, Formica 

Mimeomutilla 

minutator, Ichneumon 

minutissima, Apis 

Mira 

mirabilis, Neopasiphae 

MIRAINI 

miser, Eulophus 

Monsoma 

nionrana, Tenthredo 

morys, Pteromalus 

mucronatus, Nematus Cryptocampus 

muscaria, Apis 

muscorum, Apis 

Mymar 

MYMARIDAE 

Mymarilla 

Myrma 

mytilaspidis, Aphelinus 

Neopasiphae 

NEOPASIPHAEIDAE 

niger, Figites 

niger, Sphex 

nigerrimus, Sphex 

nigra, Formica 

Nomada 

NOMADmAE 

Nomioides 

Nysson 

NYSSONINAE 

oculata, Vespa 

oculator, Ichneumon 

Omalaspis 

Onycholyda 

Opius 

ornigis, Apanteles 

oxianus, Ammobates Xerammobates 

Oxystoglossa 

OXYSTOGLOSSINI 

Pachodynerus 

pallipes, Opius 

Paracolletes 

PARACOLLETIDAE 

Paralastor 

Paralictus 

Parodynerus 

Philotrypesis 

Pholetesor 

phyllocoipa, Blennocampa 

pilipes, Apis 

Pimpla 

pini, Tenthredo 

Podalonia 

Poecilostoma 

Polyrhachis 

Pompilus 

proava, Apis 

Proctotrupes 

PROSOPIDIDAE 

Prosopis 

Prospaltella 

protea, Heterogyna 

psenes, Cynips 

Pseudepipona 

Pseudodynerus 

Pseudofoenus 

pulchellum, Mymar 

pulcher, Pompilus 



pumilio, Bracon 
punctulatissima, Apis 

punctum. Ichneumon 

purpurata, Chrysis 

purpurata, Mutilla 

purus, Halicrus 

pygmaeus, Sirex 

quadricincta, Apis 

quinquecincta, Scolia 

quinquespinosus, Rophites 

ramicornis, Ichneumon 

Reepenia 

renominanda, Mimecomutilla 

Rhopalum 

Rhynchium 

robiniae, Microgaster 

Rophites 

ROPHITIDAE 

Roptrocerus 

rosae, Cynips 

rotundata. Apis 

rufa, Formica 

ruficornis, Apis 

rustica, Apis 

rustica, Tenthredo 

sabulosa, Sphex 

scolyticida, Coeloides 

sichelii, Odynerus 

silaos, Odynerus 

Solenius 

Sphecodes 

SPHECODIDAE 

Sphex 

spinosus, Sphex 

STELIDIDAE 

Stelis 

Stenancistrocerus 

Stenodynerus 

Strongylogaster 

Subancistrocerus 

submetallicum, Camptopoeum 

succincta, Apis 

sulcatus, Ceraphron 

Sylvius, Encyrtus 

Taxonus 

terrestris, Apis* 

TETRASTICHINAE 

Tetrastichus 

titillator, Ichneumon 

Torymus 

Traumatomutilla 

triangulum, Vespa 

tricolor, Encarsia 

tristis, Pemphredon 

Trychosis 

tuberculatus, Alastor 

unguiculatus, Foenus 

Urocerus 

variabilis, Nomia 

vespoides, Sphex 

viaticus, Sphex 

viduatorius, Cryptus 

villosa, Tiphia 

violacea. Apis 

violaceipennis, Ammophila 

Vipio 

viriditibialis, Pamphilius 

wollastonii, Mymar 

Xenocrepis 

Xerammobates 

Xylocopa 

XYLOCOPIDAE* 

zebratus, Aphycus 

zonula, Tenthredo 



Insecta, Isoptera 

darwiniensis, Mastotermes 

exitiosus, Eutermes 
lacteus, Termes 
meridionalis, Termes 



Insecta, Lepidoptera 

aceris. Papilio 

achaemenes, Charaxes 

achilles. Papilio 

Acinote 

acraea, Liptena 

Acrolepiopsis 

actaea, Papilio 

acteon, Papilio 

adippe, Papilio 

Adopaeoides 

agiaja, Papilio 

Agriades 

Agrotiphila 

alceae, Papilio 

alcon, Papilio 

aletes, Thracides 

alfacariensis, Colias hyale 

alpheus, Papilio 

Alucita 

ALUCITIDAE 

Amplypterus 

anastomosis, Gracillaria 

andrenaeformis, Sesia 

Anthanassa 

anthyllidis, Zygaena 

antiqua, Phalaena 

Antispila 

Apatura 

APATURIDAE 

aquilina, Hesperia 

archytas, Papilio 

argiades, Papilio 

argus, Papilio 

ARGYNNIDAE 

Argynnis 

Argyreus 

argyrognomon, Papilio 

arion, Papilio 

Arisbe 

aristolochiae, Papilio 

armigera, Noctua 

Artines 

aryxna, Megathymus 

ascanius, Papilio 

assectella, Roeslerstammia 

atalanta, Papilio 

atlas, Phalaena 

ATTACIDAE 

Attacus 

Aulocera 

australis, Oxycanus 

AZINIDAE 

Azinis 

beliatrix, Phalaena 

bergstraesserella, Tinea 

bifasciella, Elachista 

bjerkandrella. Tinea 

blackburnii, Hyposmocoma 

BOMBYCIDAE 

Bombyx 

Brahmaea 

brahminus, Satyrus 

brassicae, Papilio 

Brassolis 

Brintesia 



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caeruleocephala, Phalaena 

Calephelis 

CALIGININAE 

Caligo 

Camilla, Papilio* 

camillus, Papilio 

candidaria, Bapta 

capitata, Larentia 

Capys 

Carcharodus 

cardui, Papilio 

cardui, Phalaena Noctua 

caricae, Papilio 

carthami, Papilio 

Castnia 

cereus, Papilio 

certhia, Bombyx 

Charaxes 

CHARAXIDAE 

charithonia, Papilio 

chlorodippe, Argynnis 

chlorographa, Leptosia 

Chrysoclista 

circe, Papilio 

COLIADINAE 

Colias 

colon, Papilio 

Colorado, Agrotiphila 

comma, Papilio 

connubialis, Catocala 

Consul 

coracina, Phalaena 

corax, Pithecops hylax 

coridon, Papilio 

corns, Papilio 

COSMOPTERIGIDAE 

Cosmopterix 

creusa, Anthocharis 

Crinodes 

CUPIDINIDI 

Cupido 

cupido, Papilio 

cyanea, Papilio 

cydippe, Papilio 

Cynthia 

cyparissa, Papilio 

Dalla 

DANAIDAE 

Danaus 

daplidice, Papilio 

dardanus, Papilio 

Daristane 

Dasychira 

DASYCHIRIDAE 

decolorata, Lycaena argiades 

demodocus, Papilio 

diaphanus, Papilio 

Diatraea 

Dictyoploca 

Diloba 

DILOBINAE 

dipsacea, Phalaena 

dives, Lactura 

doris, Papilio 

dorsalis, Rosema 

Drepana 

DREPANIDAE 

duponcheli, Leucophasia 

Elachista 

ELACHISTIDAE 

Emesis 

emolus, Polyommatus 

Enarmonia 

ENARMONIINI 



epigena, Phalaena 

Episema 
EPISEMIDAE 
erato, Papilio 

Erebia 

EREBIINAE 
erxlebella, Alucita 
eryonas, Cyclopides 

esperi, Euchloe ausonia 
Ethmia 
ETHMIIDAE 
Eucarphia 

eucharila, Cremna 

Euchloe 

Euphaedra 

Euphydryas 

Euploea 

eurilochus, Papilio 

Eustixia 

Euthalia 

evalthe, Papilio 

Everes 

EVERIDI 

fabius, Papilio 

Fabriciana 

falcataria, Phalaena 

falcifera, Plusia 

farinalis, Phalaena 

fatima, Papilio 

feisthamelii. Papilio 

ferrugalis, Pyralis 

formosana, Phalaena 

fortunata, Epinephele janira 

galathea, Papilio 

Gegenes 

Geometra 

GEOMETRIDAE 

glandon, Papilio 

glaucina, Phalaena 

GLYPHIPTERIGIDAE 

Glyphipterix 

Gracillaria 

GRACILLARIIDAE 

Greta 

Griselda 

Halpe 

HELICONIIDAE 

Heliconius 

Helicopis 

HELIOTHINAE 

Heliothis 

Hellula 

Hesperia 

HESPERIIDAE 

HETEROGYNIDAE 

Heterogynis 

hexadactyla, Phalaena 

hilarella, Azinis 

hirtata, Phalaena 

huebneri, Ypthima 

hyale, Papilio 

hylas, Papilio 

hyperbius, Papilio 

Hypercompe 

Hyposmocoma 

Iaspis 

icarus, Papilio 

icasia, Phalaena 

idas, Papilio 

ilia, Papilio 

illana, Pieris 

imella, Tinea 

integra, Pamphila 

iris, Papilio 



janira, Papilio 

jasius, Papilio 

jebus, Hesperia 

jurtina, Papilio 

kirbyi, Pentila 

lachesis, Papilio 

Lactura 

Lamprocabera 

lebona, Hypolycaena 

leilus, Papilio 

leonidas, Papilio 

Leptidea 

LEPTIDEIDI 

Leptosia 

leucophaeus, Bithys 

ligea, Papilio 

ligustri, Sphinx 

LIMENITIDINAE 

Limenitis 

linneella, Phalaena 

Liptena 

LIPTENINAE 

Lonomia 

lubentina, Papilio 

Lycaeides 

Lymantria 

LYMANTRIIDAE 

Lysandra 

lysippus, Papilio 

machaon, Papilio 

macrophanes, Scoparia 

Maculinea 

major, Phalaena Bombyx pavonia 

major, Syrichthus serratulae 

malvae, Papilio 

Maniola 

MANIOLIDI 

Mechanitis 

Megalopalpus 

MEGATHYMIDAE 

Megathymus 

Melanargia 

MELANARGIINAE 

melanops, Polyommatus 

melinus, Strymon 

metallella, Tinea 

minimus, Papilio 

minor, Macrotoma 

mirza, Lycaena 

monacha, Phalaena 

montana, Agrotis 

moorei, Halpe 

mori, Phalaena 

MORPHIDAE 

Morpho 

mulciber, Papilio 

Nacaduba 

nais, Papilio 

Napaea 

Neolycaena 

Neptis 

neumoegeni, Megathymus 

nigricana, Pyralis 

nina, Papilio 

niobe, Papilio 

nisibis, Neocheritra 

Noctua 

NOCTUIDAE 

NYMPHALIDAE 

Nymphalis 

Nymphidium 

Nymphula 

obliqua, Lonomia 

ochracea, Coenonympha 



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Orgyia* 

ORGYIIDAE 

orientalis, Anthocharis belemida 

Ornipholidotos 

Orosagrotis 

Ourocnemis 

Oxycanus 

pandora, Papilio 

Pandoriana 

panopus. Sphinx 

paphia, Papilio 

Papias 

Papilio 

papilionaria, Phalaena 

PAPILIONIDAE 

paradoxa, Heterogynis 

pasithoe, Papilio 

pellionella, Phalaena 

penelope, Castnia 

pentadactyla, Phalaena* 

Pentila 

PENTIUM 

Pepliphorus 

Pero 

phaeton, Papilio 

Phanes 

Phrissura 

PIERIDAE 

Pieris 

Pithecops 

Plebejus 

plexippus, Papilio 

podalirius, Papilio 

polychloros, Papilio 

polymnia, Papilio 

Polyommatus 

polyxena, Papilio 

Pontia 

populi, Papilio 

posticata, Phalaena 

Princeps 

prittwitzi, Apaustus 

prominens, Lampides 

pronuba, Phalaena 

Psodos 

PTEROPHORIDAE 

Pterophorus* 

pumilio, Papilio 

pupula, Eustixia 

pupula, Eustixis 

PYRALIDAE 

Pyralis 

pyrausta, Phalaena 

Pyrgus 

pyri, Bombyx 

quadrifaria, Phalaena 

radicana, Griselda 

radicana, Paedisca 

rectisectaria, Gonodontis 

redimicula, Agrotis 

reducta, Limenitis Camilla* 

Rhogalia 

Riodina 

RIODINIDAE 

Roeslerstammia 

Rosema 

ruvularis, Papilio 

saccharalis, Phalaena 

Saturnia 

SATURNIIDAE 

SATYRIDAE 

Satyrus 

schiffermulleri, Limenitis 

scitaria, Drepanodes 



simla, Saturnia 

simplex, Megalopalpus 

sinapis, Papilio 

sinensis, Lycaena 

sophorae, Papilio 

SPHINGIDAE 

Sphinx 

stagnata, Phalaena 

Striglina 

Strymon 

STRYMONIDI 

Strymonidia 

sylvanus, Papilio 

Symphaedra 

Tatura 

Telicota 

Telipna 

temesa, Thecla 

tephra, Dasychira 

texana, Melitaea 

thalia, Papilio 

thalia, Thecla 

Thrix 

tibiaria, Daristane 

Tinea 

TINEIDAE 

tipuliformis, Sphinx 

titus, Hesperia 

TORTRICIDAE 

Tortrix 

Trepsichrois 

tropicalis, Tingra 

tros, Papilio 

Udea 

undalis, Phalaena 

undularis, Liptena 

Urania 

Vanessa 

vinetella, Tinea 

virginiensis, Erycina 

viridana, Phalaena 

viridis, Thecla 

Xanthocastnia 

xuthus, Papilio 

xylostella, Phalaena Tinea 

Ypthima 

yuccae, Eudamus 

Zelica 

zelica, Phalaena 

Zenis 

Zerynthia 

zieglerella, Tinea 

zymna, Pentila 

Insecta, Mallophaga 

Actornithophilus 
americanus, Hirundoecus 
Anaticola 
Anatoecus 
anserinus, Pediculus 
canis, Ricinus 
caponis, Pediculus 
cimicoides, Eureum 
citrinellae, Pediculus 
Colpocephalum 
cornicis, Ricinus 
crassicornis, Pediculus 
Degeeriella 
DEGEERIELLINI 
dentatus, Pediculus 
diomedeae, Pediculus 
discocephalus, Nirmus 
EUREINAE 



Eureum 

ferox, Lipeurus 

fringillae, Ricinus 

gallinae. Pediculus 

gallinae. Ricinus 

Gliricola 

GLIRICOLINAE 

Goniocotes 

GONIOCOTINI 

GYROPIDAE 

Gyropus 

Harrisoniella 

Hirundoecus 

icterodes, Philopterus 

latifrons, Machaerilaemus 

LIPEURIDAE 

Lipeurus 

Machaerilaemus 

malleum, Eureum 

Menopon 

MENOPONIDAE 

mergiserrati, Ricinus 

Myrsidea 

nigrolimbatus, Lipeurus 

ocellatus, Pediculus 

ovalis, Gyropus 

Perineus 

PHILOPTERIDAE 

Philopterus 

porcelli, Pediculus 

querquedulae, Pediculus 

RICINIDAE 

Ricinus 

Trichodectes 

TRICHODECTIDAE 

Trinoton 

TRINOTONIDAE 

uniseriatum, Colpocephalum 

victrix, Myrsidea 

zebra, Colpocephalum 

Insecta, Mantodea 

hlum, Manris 

Insecta, Mecoptera 

Merope 
MEROPEIDAE 

tuber, Merope 

Insecta, Megaloptera 

lutarius, Hemerobius 
Sialis 

Insecta, Neuroptera 

ALEUROPTERYGINAE 

Aleuropteryx 

Boriomyia 
Chrysopa 
CHRYSOPINAE 
fidelis, Hemerobius 
Hemerobius 
humulinus, Hemerobius 
hungarica, Chrysopa 
loevvii, Aleuropteryx 
perla, Hemerobius 

Insecta, Orthoptera 

acervorum, Blatta 
Acheta 



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Acrida 

albomarginatum, Acrydium 

americana, Blatta 

Austroicetes 

Bacillus 

bipunctatus, Gryllus Bulla 

Blatta 

caerulans, Gryllus 

caerulescens, Gryllus 

campestris, Gryllus 

Chorthippus 

Chortoicetes 

conicum, Acrydium 

decorsei, Geloius 

DICTYOPHORJNI 

Dictyophorus 

domesticus, Gryllus 

Ectobius 

elegans, Gryllus 

elephas, Gryllus Locusta 

Eumastax 

falcata, Gryllus 

femurrubrum, Acrydium 

Gampsocleis 

gigantea, Proscopia 

gigliotosi, Heniola 

glabra, Locusta 

Gryllacris 

Gryllotalpa 

gryllotalpa, Gryllus 

Gryllus 

Heniola 

hieroglyphicus, Decticus 

lapponica, Blatta 

Leptophyes 

lilifolia, Locusta 

Locusta 

longicornis, Psednura 

maculicollis, Gryllacris 

Mantis* 

Melanoplus 

migratorius, Gryllus 

monstrosus, Gryllus 

montanus, Gryllus 

Moraba 

morbillosus, Gryllus Locusta 

Myrmecophilus 

neriifolia, Locusta 

nigricorne, Acridium 

Nomodacris 

obscura, Tarraga 

Oedipoda 

Orchelimum 

orientalis, Blatta 

PAMPHAGIDAE 

Pamphagus 

paradoxus, Tridactylus 

parallelus, Gryllus 

Patanga* 

pectinata, Listroscelis 

pedestris, Mesops 

Periplaneta 

Phaneroptera 

Phisis 

Phyllium 

PHYMATEIDAE 

Phymateus 

pictus, Gryllus 

POEKILOCERIDAE 

Poekilocerus 

portentosa, Acheta 

Prophalangopsis 

Proscopia 

Psednura 



Psophus 

punctatissima, Locusta 

pusilla, Epacromia 

Pyrgomorpha 

PYRGOMORPHIDAE 

religiosus, Gryllus* 

rossia. Mantis 

Saga 

sanguinipes, Gryllus 

Schizodactylus 

septemfasciatum, Acridium 

serrata, Locusta 

serricornis, Moraba 

siccifolius, Gryllus 

Sphingonotus 

spumans, Gryllus 

Stenopelmatus 

stridulus, Gryllus 

succinctus, Gryllus Locusta 

talpa, Stenopelmatus 

tenuicornis, Tettix 

tenuis, Mastax 

terminifera, Epacromia 

Tettigonia 

TETTIGONIIDAE 

Tridactylus 

turritus, Gryllus 

Tylopsis 

undulatum, Acrydium 

Valanga 

variegatus, Gryllus Locusta 

viridissimus, Gryllus 

vittata, Biformalia 

vulgare, Orchelimum 

Zonocerus 

Insecta, Phasmida 

Acrophylla 

briareus, Phasma Diura 

chronus, Diura 

Ctenomorpha 

Ctenomorphodes 

Didymuria 

empusa, Phasma 

Phasma 

PHASMATIDAE 

PODACANTHINAE 

Podacanthus 

tessulata, Ctenomorpha 

titan, Phasma 

typhon, Podacanthus 

umbretta, Phasma 

violescens, Phasma 

wilkinsoni, Podacanthus 

Insecta, Plecoptera 

bicaudata, Phryganea 
bipunctata, Perla 
Brachyptera 
BRACHYPTERAINAE 

cinerea, Perla 

Diura 

fusca, Phryganea 

Leuctra 

marginata, Semblis 

Marthamea 

maxima, Phryganea 

nebulosa, Phryganea 

Nemoura 

NEMOURIDAE 

Perla 

PERLIDAE 



TAENIOPTERYGIDAE 
Taeniopteryx 
trifasciata, Nemoura 

vitripennis, Perla 

Insecta, Protodonata 

permianus, Tupus 
Tupus 

Insecta, Protorthoptera 

Paolia 
vetusta, Paolia 

Insecta, Psocoptera 

Caecilius 
CAECILIUSIDAE 

fuscopterus, Psocus 

Insecta, Siphonaptera 

acuminata, Rhadinopsylla Rectofrontia 

Amalaraeus 

Amphipsylla 

AMPHIPSYLLINA 

aspalacis, Amphipsylla 

bisoctodentatus, Ctenophthalmus 

Chaetopsylla 

CTENOPHTHALMINAE 

Ctenophthalmus 

daea, Palaeopsylla 

eusarca, Nycteridcpsylla 

irritans, Pulex 

Leptopsylla 

Malaraeus 

Monopsyllus 

Palaeopsylla 

penicilliger, Pulex 

Pulex 

rothschildi, Chaetopsylla 

schelkovnikovi, Amphipsylla 

sciurorum, Pulex 

segnis, Puiex 

sibirica, Ctenopsylla 

similis, Palaeopsylla 

soricis, Ceratophyllus 

telchinum, Ceratophyllus 

transbaikalica, Rhadinopsylla Ralipsylla li 

Insecta, Solifugae 

chelicornis, Solpuga 
fatalis, Solpuga 
Solpuga 

Insecta, Thysanoptera 

Aptinothrips 
conocephali, Cryptothrips 

coriaceus, Phlaeothrips 

corticis, Trips 

Eugynothrips 

Hoplothrips 

PHLAEOTHRIPIDAE 

Phlaeothrips 

Physothrips 

rufa, Thrips Aptinothrips 

salicis, Thrips 

Insecta, Thysanura 

Lepisma 
saccharina, Lepisma 



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Insecta, Trichoptera 

angustata, Molanna 

Apatania 

APATANIIDAE 

Beraea 

BERAEIDAE 

brevipennis, Limnephilus 

Chaetopteryx 

Cyrnus 

Diplectrona 

dubius, Philopotamus 

felix, Diplectrona 

Holocentropus 

lineatum, Macronema 

Macronema 

maurus, Thya 

Molanna 

MOLANNIDAE 

pallipes, Phryganea 

phalaenoides, Phryganea 

Phryganeolitha 

Semblis 

Silo 

trimaculatus, Philopotamus 

vetusta, Phryganeolitha 

villosa, Phryganea 

wallengreni, Apatania 

Mammalia 

Abderites 
ABDERITINAE 
Acinonyx 
ADIANTHIDAE 

Adianthus 

aethiopicus, Aper 
afarensis, Australopithecus 

aguti, Mus 
AILURIDAE 

Ailurus 

albicaudus, Herpestes 

albinucha, Zorilla 

ALCEIDAE 

Alces 

alces, Cervus 

Alopex 

alpinus, Canis 

Amblonyx 

amphibius, Hippopotamus 

amphibius, Mus 

araneus, Sorex 

aratae, Palaeothentes 

Arctictis 

Arctocephalus 

Arctogalidia 

ARCTOG ALIDIINAE 

arctos, Ursus 

aries, Ovis 

Arvicola 

astuta, Bassaris 

Ateles 

Atilax 

attenuatus, Steno 

australis, Canis 

Balaena 

Bassariscus 

Bdeogale 

bennettii, Cynogale 

berlandieri, Taxidea 

bidens, Physeter 

binotata, Viverra 

binturong, Viverra 

Bison 



bison, Bos 

blainvillei, Mormoops 

Borhyaena 

Bos 

brachyurus, Procyon 

Bradypus 

brantsii, Euryotis 

brasiliensis, Mustela lutris 

bucatus, Adianthus 

byronia, Phoca 

caballus, Equus 

Caenolestes 

CAENOLESTIDAE 

Callorhinus 

camelopardalis, Cervus 

Canis 

capensis, Viverra 

capensis, Yerbua 

Capra 

capucina, Simia 

Castor 

catta, Lemur 

catus, Felis 

Cebus 

Cercopithecus 

cervulum, Lophiotherium 

Cervus 

Choeropsis 

Choloepus* 

cinerea, Lutra 

cinereoargenteus, Canis 

civetta, Viverra 

Civettictis 

COLOBINAE 

Colobus 

columnaris, Decastis 

concolor, Amblonyx 

Condylura 

Conepatus 

crassicauda, Bdeogale 

crassicaudatus, Galago 

crassus, Democricetodon brevis 

Cricetus 

cricetus, Mus 

cristata, Hystrix 

cristata, Phoca 

cristata, Viverra 

cristatus, Sorex 

Crocidura 

Crossarchus 

Cryptoprocta 

CRYPTOPROCTIDAE 

Cuniculus 

Cuon 

Cynocephalus 

Cynogale 

CYNOGALINAE 

Cystophora 

Dama 

dama, Cervus 

DASYPODIDAE 

Dasyprocta 

Dasypus 

dauuricus, Erinaceus 

DECASTIDAE 

Decastis 

Delphinus 

delphis, Delphinus 

Democricetodon 

depressicornis, Antilope 

diana, Simia 

Dicerorhinus 

dichotoma, Antilope 

didactylus, Bradypus 



Didelphis 
dingo. Canis 
domesticus, Mus musculus 

dorcas, Capra 

doria, Antilope 

dorsata. Hystrix 

dsinezumi, Sorex 

ebii, Sciurus 

elaphus, Cervus 

Enhydra 

ENHYDR1NAE 

entelloides, Hylobates* 

entellus, Simia 

equina, Antilope 

Equus 

Erethizon 

Erinaceus 

erythropus, Sciurus 

Eumetopias 

Eupleres 

EUPLERIDAE 

europaea, Talpa 

europaeus. Erinaceus 

familiaris, Canis 

fascicularis, Simia 

Felis 

Fennecus 

ferox, Cryptoprocta 

ferrumequinum, Vespertilio 

fiber. Castor 

fulgens, Ailurus 

fuliginosus, Hyracodon 

fuscatus, I[nuus] 

Galago 

Galerella 

gambianus. Sciurus 

gangeticus, Delphinus 

Garzonia 

GARZONIIDAE 

gaurus, Bos 

Gazella 

gazella, Capra 

gibbon. Simia 

gigantea, Alee 

giganteus, Macropus 

gigas, Manati 

Giraffa 

Glis 

glis, Sciurus 

Gorilla 

gorilla. Troglodytes 

goudotti, Eupleres 

gracilis, Viverravus 

grypus, Phoca 

Gulo 

gulo, Mustela 

Halichoerus 

Halitherium 

hallucatus, Dasyurus 

hastatus, Vespertilio 

Helarctos 

Helictis 

Heliosciurus 

Helogale 

hermaphroditus, Viverra 

Herpestes 

HERPESTINAE 

Hippopotamus 

Hippotragus 

hircus, Capra 

hispidus, Vespertilio 

hoolock, Simia 

humboldtii, Conepatus 

Hyaena 



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hyaena, Canis 
hydrochaeris, Sus 
Hydrochoerus 

Hydrodamalis 

Hylobates 

Hystrix 

Ichneumia 

ichneumon, Viverra 

Icticyon 

Ictonyx 

indica, Viverra 

ingens, Palaeopropithecus 

interrupta, Mephitis 

inunguis, Manatus 

Jaculus 

jaculus, Mus 

javanicus, Cervus 

jubata, Felis 

jubata, Phoca 

Lagidium 

Lagomeryx 

lagopus, Canis 

lar. Homo 

Lemur 

Lepus 

leucodon, Sorex 

Leucomitra 

leuconota, Mephitis 

leucophaea, Antilope 

leucophaea, Simia 

leucopus, Acanthomys 

liberiensis, Hippopotamus 

Lophiotherium 

Loris 

lotor, Ursus 

Lutra 

lutra, Mustela 

Lutreola 

lutreola, Viverra 

lutris, Mustela 

Lycaon 

Lynx 

lynx, Felis 

Macropus 

macroura, Chincha 

major, Macropus 

malayanus, Ursus 

Mammuthus 

manatus, Trichechus 

Mandrillus 

maritimus, Ursus 

marsupialis, Didelphis 

Megaloceros 

megalotis, Canis 

Meles 

meles, Ursus 

meliceps, Mydaus 

melleri, Rhinogale 

Mellivora 

MELLIVORINAE 

Melursus 

meridionalis, Abderites 

Mesopiodon 

microdon, Xenogale 

minor, Cricetodon 

mitrata, Presbytis 

monoceros, Monodon 

Monodon 

Mormoops 

moschata, Helictis 

moschatus, Bos 

moschiferus, Moschus 

Moschus 

mungo, Viverra 



Mungos 

MUNTIACINAE 

Muntiacus 

muntjak, Cervus 

murinus, Vespertilio 

Mus 

musculus, Mus 

Mydaus 

Myotis 

myotis, Vespertilio 

Myrmecophaga 

mysticetus, Balaena 

Nandinia 

NANDINIIDAE 

Nasua 

nasua, Viverra 

niger, Aigocerus 

niger, Vespertilio vampirus 

novemcinctus, Dasypus 

Nycteris 

obscurus, Crossarchus 

obscurus, Procyon 

ochraceus, Herpestes 

ODOBENIDAE 

Odobenus 

Odocoileus 

opossum, Didelphis 

Oryctogale 

Oryx 

oryx, Antilope 

Otaria 

Otocyon 

OTOCYONIDAE 

Ovibos 

Ovis 

paca, Mus 

pacivorus, Speothos 

Palaeopropithecus 

Palaeothentes 

PALAEOTHENTINAE 

paludinosus, Herpestes 

Pan* 

paniscus, Simia 

Panthera 

Papio 

papio, Cynocephalus 

Paracynictis 

PARADOXURINAE 

Paradoxurus 

pardus, Felis 

parvulus, Herpestes 

peregusna, Mustela 

peruanum, Lagidium 

Phacochoerus 

Philander 

Phoca 

Phyllostomus 

picta. Hyaena 

Pithecia 

pithecia, Simia 

Platanista 

PLATYCHOEROPIDAE 

Platychoerops 

PLESIADAPIDAE 

Plesiadapis 

Poecilogale 

Poiana 

polykomos, Cebus 

Praeanthropus 

PRESBYTINAE 

Presbytis 

primaevus, Cuon 

primigenius, Elephas 

Procervulus 



Procyon 

Proteles 

PROTELIDAE 

Pteronura 

Pteropus 

puercensis, Phenacodus 

pusilla, Phoca 

Putorius 

putorius, Mustela 

quarlesi, Anoa 

Rangifer 

reticulata, Giraffa camelopardalis 

Rhinolophus 

Rhynchogale 

richardsonii, Genetta 

richardsonii, Platychoerops 

rosmarus, Phoca 

ruetimeyeri, Lagomeryx 

Rupicapra 

rupicapra, Capra 

schinizii, Pugmeodon 

Sciurus 

scrofa, Sus 

selousi, Cynictis 

SEMNOPITHECIDAE 

Semnopithecus 

senegalensis, Galago 

sibirica, Yerbua 

sibiricus, Erinaceus 

silvestris, Felis catus 

Sorex 

speleus, Odocoileus 

Speothos 

sphinx, Simia 

Spilogale 

Stenella 

striatus, Bradypus 

subgutturosa, Antilope 

sumatrensis. Rhinoceros 

Suricata 

suricata, Viverra 

SURICATIDAE 

Sus 

syndactyla, Simia 

syrichta, Simia 

Taeniolabis 

Talpa 

taoensis, Polymastodon 

Tapirus 

tarandus, Cervus 

tardigradus, Lemur 

Tarsius 

taurus, Bos 

Taxidea 

TAXIDEINAE 

taxus, Ursus 

terrestris, Hippopotamus 

Tetraclaenodon 

Thalarctos 

timidus, Lepus 

tolteca, Stenoderma 

Tragulus 

Trichechus 

tricuspidens, Plesiadapis 

tridactyla, Myrmecophaga 

tridactylus, Aceratherium 

tridactylus, Bradypus 

trivirgatus, Paradoxurus 

troglodytes, Simia* 

truncatus, Delphinus 

tuberata, Boryhaena 

typica, Garzonia 

Urocyon 

ursina, Phoca 



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ursinus, Bradypus 

Ursus 

venatica, Felis 

venaticus, Icticyon 

Vespertilio 

VESPERTILIONIDAE 

virginiana, Dama 

vitulina, Phoca 

Viverra 

Viverravus 

Viverricula 

VIVERRIDAE 

viverrinus, Prototomus 

volans, Lemura 

Vormela 

vulgaris, Sciurus 

Vulpes 

vulpes, Canis 

Xenogale 

zebra, Antilope 

zerda, Canis 

zibetha, Viverra 

Mastigophora 

brucei, Trypanosoma 
globator, Volvox 
rotatoria. Amoeba 
TRICHOMONADIDAE 
Trichomonas 
Trypanosoma 
vaginalis, Trichomonas 
Volvox 

Merostomata 

Limulus 

polyphemus, Monoculus 

Nematoda 

americana, Uncinaria 

Ancylostoma 

Anguina 

Aporcelaimus 

Ascaris 

avenae, Heterodera schachtii 

bifenestra, Heterodera 

brachyuris, Dorylaimus 

Chitinotylenchus 

Chromadora 

davainei, Tylenchus 

dentatus, Stephanurus 

dentatus, Strongylus 

Dioctophyme 

DIOCTOPHYMIDAE 

dipsaci, Anguillula 

Ditylenchus 

DRACUNCULIDAE 

Dracunculus 

duodenale, Agchylostoma 

elachistus, Paratylenchus 

elongatum, Leptosomatum 

elongatum, Oxystoma 

elongatus, Indodorylaimus 

equinus, Strongylus 

Euchromadora 

Filaria 

Gnathostoma 

haemochrous, Tetrameres 

Heterodera 

Indodorylaimus 

LEPTOSOMATIDAE 

Leptosomatum 



limonii, Heterodera 

longicaudatoides, Prodorylaimus 

lumbricoides, Ascaris 

martis, Filaria 

medinensis, Gordius 

methwoldensis, Heterodera 

Necator 

nudicapitata, Chromadora 

Nygolaimus 

OESOPHAGOSTOMINAE 

Oesophagostomum 

Oxystomina 

paragracilis, Chitinotylenchus 

penetrans, Tylenchus 

polygoni, Heterodera 

Prodorylaimus 

Pseudanisakis 

renales, Ascaris 

retortaeformis, Strongylus 

Rhabditis 

schachtii, Heterodera 

spinigerum, Gnathostoma 

STEPHANURIDAE 

Stephanurus 

stercoralis, Rhabditis 

Strongyloides 

Strongylus 

superbus, Dorylaimus 

Syngamus 

terricola, Rhabditis 

Tetrameres 

trachea, Fasciola 

Trichostrongylus 

tricupola, Pseudanisakis 

tritici, Vibrio 

TYLENCHIDAE 

Tylenchus 

urticae, Heterodera 

viteae, Litomosa 

volvulus, Filaria 

vulgaris, Chromadora 

Nematomorpha 

aquaticus, Gordius 
Gordius 
Paragordius 
varius, Gordius 

Nemertea 

Amphiporus 

Cerebratulus 
lactiflorea, Planaria 
marginatus, Cerebratulus 
pol\ morphus. Tubulanus 
TUBULANIDAE 
Tubulanus* 

Oligochaeta 

albidus, Enchytraeus 

comata, Bohemilla 

complanatus, Lumbricus 

Enchytraeus 

intermedia, Macrochaeta 

lacteus, Lumbricus terrestris 

LUMBRICIDAE 

Lumbricus 

Macrochaetina 

Octodrilus 

Octolasion 

terrestris, Lumbricus 

Vejdovskyella 



Ophiuroidea 

longicauda, Asterias 

Ophioderma 

OPHIODERMATIDAE 

Ophiolepis 

Ophiura 

ophiura. Asterias 

OPHIURIDAE 

squamata, Asterias 

superba, Ophiolepis 

Osteichthyes 

Acipenser 

aculeatus, Gasterosteus 

acus, Syngnathus 

acuta, Dussumieria 

AGONIDAE 

Agonus 

alburnus, Culter 

Alestes 

altianalis, Barbus 

Ameiurus 

amia. Scomber 

Ammodytes 

ampullaceus, Ophiognathus 

Anarhichas 

Anguilla 

anguilla, Muraena 

Apletodon 

Arapaima 

argenteus, Prochilodus 

argus, Cephalopholis 

Argyrosomus 

Atherina 

atherinoides, Notropis 

atraria, Siboma 

aurata, Sparus 

aurita, Sardinella 

auritus, Labrus 

axelrodi, Cheirodon 

Bagre 

bagre, Silurus 

BAGRIDAE 

Bagrus 

bahiensis, Pellonula 

bajad, Silurus 

Balitora 

BALITORIDAE 

barbatum, Ophidion 

barbatus, Mullus 

barberinus, Mullus 

Belone 

belone, Esox 

benoit, Pharopteryx 

bergeri, Semionotus 

bicirrhosum, Ischnosoma 

bifasciatus. Mullus 

bimaculatus, Labrus 

Blennius 

brachyptera, Echeneis 

brucei, Balitora 

bubalus, Catostomus 

cabrilla, Perca 

Caenotropus 

Callionymus 

Callopanchax 

carpio, Cyprinus 

cataphractus, Cottus 

caucasicus, Pomatoschistus 

CENTRACANTHIDAE 

Centracanthus 

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cerasinus, Hypsilepis cornutus 

Chaetodermis 

Chanda 

chilensis. Conger 

Chilodus 

chorda! us. Stylephorus 

Chromis 

chromis, Sparus 

chrysopterus, Scarus 

Cichlasoma 

cirrosa, Sciaena 

cirrus, Centracantus 

Clupea 

COBFTIDAE 

Cobitis 

commersonii, Stolephorus 

Conger 

conger, Muraena 

Coregonus 

Coryphaena 

COTTIDAE 

Cottus 

crocodila, Belona 

Cubiceps 

Culter 

curema, Mugil 

Curimata 

CURIMATINAE 

Cyclopterus 

cyprinoides, Mormyrus 

Cyprinus 

deissneri, Osphromenus 

delfini, Galaxias 

dentex, Cyprinus 

dentex, Scomber 

draco, Trachinus 

Drepane 

DREPANEIDAE 

ductor, Gasterosteus 

dumerili, Caranx 

Echeneis 

edentulus, Salmo 

electricus, Silurus 

Eleotris 

eperlanus, Salmo 

Epinephelus 

Esox 

eximius, Eostomias 

expansus, Plethodus 

faber, Zeus 

fallax, Clupea 

felis, Silurus 

filamentosus, CaUionymus 

Filimanus 

fimbriata, Spratella 

Fistularia 

flavolineatus, Mullus 

fluviatilis, Perca 

formosa, Heterandria 

Fundulopanchax 

fuscus, Syngnathus 

Gadus 

Gambusia 

GAMBUSIINAE 

Gasterosteus 

GEMPYLINAE 

Gempylus 

Genypterus 

GERREIDAE 

Gerres 

gigas, Sudis 

gladius, Xiphias 

glanis, Silurus 

gobio, Cottus 



Gobius 

gracilis, Clupea 

gracilis, Seriola 

Gymnothorax 

harengus, Clupea 

helena, Muraena 

hepsetus, Atherina 

hermanni, Scaphirhynchus 

Heterandria 

HETERANDRIINI 

Heterotis 

hibberti, Megalichthys 

hibberti, Rhizodus 

hippurus, Coryphaena 

hoevenii, Bagrus 

Holoptychius 

hubbsi, Sebastichthys 

Hydrolycus 

Ictiobus 

imperialis, Esox 

Iodotropheus 

IPNOPIDAE 

Ipnops 

Istiophorus 

japonica, Anguilla 

japonicus, Engraulis 

kleinenbergi, Eretmophorus 

koefoedi, Liparis 

Labrus 

labyrinthicus, Microdus 

latipinna, Mollienesia 

lavaretus, Salmo 

leiogaster, Sardinella 

Lepomis 

Lichia 

LIPARIDAE 

Liparis 

liparis, Cyclopterus 

liza, Mugil 

Lophius 

lucius, Esox 

lugubris, Caranx 

lumpus, Cyclopterus 

lupus, Anarhichas 

lyra, Callionymus 

macrophthalmus. Otolithus 

maculatus, Clinus 

maena, Sparus 

Malapterurus 

marginalis, Epinephelus 

marinus, Esox 

marinus, Silurus 

marmoratus, Hemitripteras 

marmoratus, Rivulus 

Megalichthys 

melanotheron, Sarotherodon 

Merolepis 

microcephalus, Lepadogaster 

mixtus, Labrus 

morhua, Gadus 

Mormyrus 

Mugil 

Mulloidichthys 

Mullus 

Muraena 

murrayi, Ipnops 

nama, Chanda 

Nasus 

nasus, Cyprinus 

natalis, Pimelodus 

Naucrates 

naucrates, Echeneis 

Neamia 

nibe, Sciaena 



niger, Gobius 

niloticus, Sudis 

nobilissimus, Holoptychius 

Notropis 

novacula, Coryphaena 

occidentale, Aphyosemion 

ocellaris, Blennius 

ocellatus, Rivulus 

octospina, Neamia 

olivaris, Silurus 

opalescens, Cynolebias 

Ophidion 

OSMERIDAE 

Osmerus 

Osteoglossum 

ovalis, Heliastes 

ovatus, Gasterosteus 

pangia, Cobitis 

Pangio 

paradiseus, Polynemus 

Parosphromenus 

Parupeneus 

penicilligerus, Balistes 

Pennahia 

Perca 

permutata, Siphamia 

perplexa, Filimanus 

pilchardus, Clupea 

piscatorius, Lophius 

pisonis, Gobius 

platei, Galaxias 

platessa, Pleuronectes 

platypterus, Xiphias 

PLETHODIDAE 

Plethodus 

Pleuronectes 

PLEURONECTIDAE 

plumbeolus, Alburnops 

POECILIOPSINAE 

Poeciliopsis 

Polycentrus 

Polynemus 

porcus, Scorpaena 

presidionis, Poecilia 

PROCHILODINAE 

Prochilodus 

Pseudocaranx 

Pseudoscaphirhynchus 

punctata, Gambusia 

punctatus, Cataphractus 

punctatus, Chaetodon 

punctatus, Chilodus 

punctatus, Labrus 

pusillus, Callionymus 

Pylodictis 

regia, Perca 

Remora 

remora, Echeneis 

reticularis, Gymnothorax 

Rhizodus 

rostrata, Muraena 

rueppelli, Barbus 

SACCOPHARYNGIDAE 

Saccopharynx 

sagitta, Callionymus 

salar, Salmo 

Salmo 

Sardina 

Sarotherodon 

scaber, Uranoscopus 

schomburgkii, Polycentrus 

Sciaena 

Scomber 

scomberoides, Hydrocyon 



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scombrus, Scomber 

Scorpaena 

Scorpaenichthys 

scorpius, Cottus 

Sebastocles 

Selene 

Semionotus 

Seriola 

serpens, Gempylus 

Serranus 

sexmacuiatus, Serranus 

Silurus 

Siphamia 

sjoestedti, Fundulus 

smaris, Sparus 

SPARIDAE 

Sparisoma 

Sparus 

Spicara 

splendens, Cynolebias 

sprengerae, Iodotropheus 

Stolephorus 

sturio, Acipenser 

STYLEPHORIDAE 

Stylephorus 

Syngnathus 

tabacaria, Fistularia 

taenia, Cobitis 

ternatensis, Heliases 

THUNNINAE 

Thunnus 

thynnus, Scomber 

tobianus, Ammodytes 

topeka, Cliola Hybopsis 

Trachinus 

tubifer, Siphamia 

umbra, Sciaena 

Umbrina 

Uranoscopus 

vaigiensis, Gerres 

viridis, Pomacentrus 

vomer, Zeus 

weeksii, Ctenopoma 

Xiphias 

Xyrichtys 

zebra, Pterois 

Zeus 

Polychaeta 

Amphictene 

AMPHICTENIDAE 

auricoma, Amphitrite 

belgica, Nereis cylindraria 

clymenoides, Johnstonia 

fulgens, Aonides 

gracilis, Aonides 

heeri, Myriochele 

imbricata, Aphrodita 

Johnstonia 

koreni, Lagis 

labiata, Lysippe 

laminosa, Phyllodoce 

Levinsenia 

LEVINSENIIDAE 

Lysippe 

maxillosa, Phyllodoce 

minuta, Aphrodita 

Myriochele 

oculata, Myriochele 

PARAONIDAE 

Paraonis 

Pectinaria 

PECTINARIIDAE 



Phyllodoce 
PHYLLODOCIDAE 

Polynoe 

Polyodontes 

rubiginosa, Phyllodoce Carobia 

scolopendrina, Polynoe 

Serpula 

SERPULIDAE 

vermicularis, Serpula 

Polyplacophora 

affmis, Chiton 
cimolius. Chiton 
Lorica 
Rhyssoplax 

Porifera 

aurantium, Alcyonium 
Dysidea 
DYSIDEIDAE 
fragilis, Spongia 

Tethya 
TETHYIDAE 

Priapulida 

caudatus, Priapulus 
Columbia, Selkirkia 
Priapulus 
Selkirkia 

Receptaculitidae 

neptuni, Receptacules 
Receptaculites 

Reptilia 

Agama 

agama, Lacerta 

AGAMIDAE 

agilis, Lacerta 

Ahaetulla 

ahaetulla, Coluber 

alamosae, Kinosternon 

Alligator 

ALLIGATORIDAE 

Ameiva 

ameiva, Lacerta 

AMEIVIDAE 

ANCHISAURIPODIDAE 

Anchisauripus 

ANILIIDAE 

Anilius 

Anniella 

Anolis 

APARALLACTINAE 

Aparallactus 

arenicola, Arizona elegans 

arguta, Lacerta 

arietans, Vipera Echidna 

Arizona 

arnouxii, Gymnodactylus 

Atheris 

atratus. Coluber 

atrox, Crotalus 

barbouri, Natrix 

bauri, Coelurus 

bellii, Liolaemus 

bengalensis, Tupinambis 

bernissartensis, Iguanodon 

bibronii, Agama 



bibronii, Proctotretus 
bicolor, Heteroclonium 

Bitis 

blandingii, Cistuda 

Blanus 

Boa 

Boiga 

BUNGARIDAE 

Bungarus 

campbelli, Bothrops 

capensis, Algyra 

capensis, Aparallactus 

carinata, Dipsas 

carinata, Phyllophis 

carinatus, Chlorophis 

carolinensis, Anolis 

cataspila, Emys 

caudolineata, Ahaetulla 

Cerastes 

cerastes, Coluber 

Cetiosauriscus 

Chalarodon 

Chelydra 

chinensis, Ablabes 

chlorechis, Vipera 

cinerea, Amphisbaena 

clavatus, Conchiosaurus 

Clidastes 

coccineus. Coluber 

Coelophysis 

colorata, Echis 

Coluber 

COLUBRIDAE 

Conchiosaurus 

concolor. Crotalus 

conspicuus, Tanystropheus 

constrictor, Boa 

constrictor. Coluber 

coriacea, Testudo 

Crotalus 

danieli, Mastigodryas 

DASYPELTINAE 

Dasypeltis 

dekayi, Tropidonotus 

Dendrelaphis 

Dendroaspis 

Dermochelys 

Diademodon 

digenea, Lacerta fiumana lissana 

Dinodontosaurus 

dorbignyi, Heterodon 

Draco 

Dromophis 

dubia, Amphisbaena 

Elaphe 

ELAPIDAE 

Elaps 

elegans, Arizona 

elegans. Coluber 

Emys 

Eremias 

Eretmosaurus 

erhardii, Lacerta muralis fusca 

exsul, Crotalus 

fasciata, Pseudoboa 

fasciatus, Hydrus 

fimbriata, Testudo 

fimbriatus, Stellio 

fiumana, Lacerta muralis neapolitana 

froenata, Echis 

galeata, Testudo 

gallensis, Lacerta muralis coerulescens 

garnotii, Hemidactylus 

gemonensis, Natrix 



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Geoemyda 

gigas, Ascalabotes 

Gonyosoma 

gouldii, Hydrosaurus 

grilli, Anisolepis 

guerini, Rhinosimus 

guianensis, Heterodon 

hannah, Naja 

Haplocanthosaurus 

harrisonii, Scelidosaurus 

helveticus, Coluber 

herminieri, Holotropis 

heterurus, Homalocephalus 

hispida, Lacerta 

Homoroselaps 

horridus, Crotalus 

HYDROPHIIDAE 

Hydrophis 

Ichnotropis 

Iguanodon 

infernalis, Coluber 

insulanica, Lacerta muralis neapolitana 

intermedius, Anolis 

irregularis, Coluber 

irregularis. Coluber 

jamesonii, Elaps 

kempii, Thalassochelys Colpochelys 

KINOSTERNIDAE 

Kinosternon 

Lacerta 

lacteus, Coluber 

laeviventris, Anolis 

Langaha 

laticarinata, Chelydra 

lemniscatus, Coluber 

Leptophis 

LEPTOTYPH LOPIDAE 

Leptotyphlops 

Liasis 

lissana, Lacerta muralis fusca 

longicaudatum, Kinosternon 

lunulatus, Uriechis 

Lycognathophis 

Lystrophis 

mabouya, Lacertus 

Mabuya 

mackloti, Liasis* 

Macropterygius 

maculiventris, Lacerta muralis fusca 

madagascariensis, Chalarodon 

madagascariensis, Langaha 

margaritiferus, Herpetodryas 

Mastigodryas 

melanurus, Spilotes 

microlepis, Sphalerosophis 

Micrurus 

milensis, Lacerta muralis fusca 

mirabilis, Nothosaurus 

mississippiensis, Crocodilus 

monaconensis, Lacerta muralis 

coerulescens 
multilineatus, Typhlops 
nannodes, Anolis 
nasutus, Coluber 
nattered, Philodryas 
naxensis, Lacerta muralis fusca 
neomexicanus, Cnemidophorus 
nigricans, Typhlops 
nigrofasciatus, Philothamnus 
nigrum, Scytale neuwiedii 
Nothosaurus 
oaxacae, Kinosternon 
occipitomaculatus. Coluber 
odorata, Testudo 



Ommateremias 

Ophiophagus 

orbicularis, Lacerta 

orbicularis, Testudo 

osceola, Chelydra 

oxycephalus, Coluber 

PACHYCEPHALOSAURIDAE 

Pachycephalosaurus 

palustris, Crocodilus 

panoptes, Varanus 

Pareas 

pelagica, Heteronota 

pelagosae, Lacerta muralis neapolitana 

Pelomedusa 

PELOMEDUSIDAE 

Pelusios 

Philothamnus 

Phimophis 

Phrynosoma 

pictus. Coluber 

piscivorus, Crotalus 

platyrhinos, Heterodon 

poecilogyrus, Coluber 

polysticta, Caudisona 

praealtus, Cyclodomorphus 

praeceps, Tetragonosaurus 

praeornata, Dendrophis 

priscus, Haplocanthus 

priscus, Rhabdodon 

Procheneosaurus 

propython, Clidastes 

Pseudoxyrhopus 

pulcher, Trigonocephalus 

pulchra, Anniella 

punctata, Hatteria 

punctularia, Testudo 

quatuorlineatus, Coluber 

Ramphotyphlops 

Regina 

reticulata, Boa 

Rhabdodon 

Rhinoclemmys 

rhinostoma, Heterodon 

ruber, Crotalus adamanteus 

rugosus, Plesiosaurus 

salvator, Stellio 

saurita, Coluber 

sauromates, Coluber 

scaber. Coluber 

Scelidosaurus 

scripta, Testudo 

sculpta, Chelydra 

scytale, Anguis 

semivariegata, Dendrophis Philothamnus 

septemvittatus, Coluber 

serpentina, Testudo 

seychellensis, Psammophis 

sillimani, Ornithoidichnites 

Simophis 

simus. Coluber 

sinensis, Trionyx* 

sirtalis, Coluber 

Spalerosophis 

spengleri, Testudo 

Sphenodon 

SPHENODONTIDAE 

spixii, Micrurus 

steindachneri, Trionyx 

Sternotherus 

steward, Cetiosauriscus 

Storeria 

subnigra, Testudo 

subocularis, Coluber 

subtaeniata, Psammophis sibilans 



Tanystropheus 

teguixin, Lacerta 

TEIIDAE 

Teius* 

temminckii, Chelonura 

terrestris, Testudo 

tetragonus, Diademodon 

tetrataenia, Eutaenia sirtalis 

teyou, Lacerta* 

timoriensis, Liasis 

torquatus, Sceloporus 

triangulum, Coluber* 

trigonus, Ichthyosaurus 

triseriatus, Uropsophus 

Tupinambis 

turpior, Dicynodon 

URIECHINAE 

Uriechis 

UROPLATIIDAE 

Uroplatus 

velox, Lacerta 

vestigiatus, Hoplocephalus 

viridiflavus, Coluber 

volans, Draco 

wyomingensis, Troodon 



Rhizopoda 



Alveolina 
ALVEOLINIDAE 

AMMODISCINAE 

Ammodiscus 

Anomalina 

arbuscula, Dendritina 

Arcella 

arenacea, Spirillina 

ariminensis, Anomalina 

auris, Peneroplis 

bigemma, Amoeba 

blattae. Amoeba 

boscii, Oryzaria 

bowmani, Endothyra 

bulloides, Globigerina 

calcar, Calcarina 

Calcarina 

cerroazulensis, Globigerina 

Chapmania 

coli, Amoeba 

concava, Orbulites 

Cornuspira 

Dactylamoeba 

Dendritina 

Dictyoconus 

Discocyclina 

DISCOCYCLININAE 

egyptiensis, Patellina 

elongata, Dactylamoeba 

Endamoeba 

Endothyra 

Entamoeba 

Eoparafusulina 

Eponides 

faba, Nautilus 

foliaceus, Orbis 

Fursenkoina 

gassinensis, Chapmania 

Globigerina 

GLOBIGERINIDAE 

gracilis, Fusulina 

Hanzawaia 

histolytica, Entamoeba 

humilis, Cristellaria 

infimus, Orbis 

Involutina 



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laevigata, Camerina 

Jenticularis, Madreporites 

Lepidocyclina 

liassicus, Nummulites 

mantelli, Nummulites 

Mayorella 

menardii, Rotalia 

moelleri, Schwagerina 

nipponica, Hanzawaia 

nodosa, Robulina 

Nodosaria 

Nonion 

Nummulites 

orbiculus, Nautilus 

Orbitolina 

Orbulina 

ORBULINIDAE 

Palorbitolina 

Planularia 

Poneramoeba 

prattii, Orbitolites 

princeps, Borelis 

Pseudoschwagerina 

Quinqueloculina 

QUINQUELOCULININAE 

radicula, Nautilus 

repandus, Nautilus 

schloenbachi, Rotalia 

Schwagerina 

seminulum, Serpula 

silicea, Involutina 

Sorites 

SORITIDAE 

spengleri, Nautilus 

squammosa, Virgulina 

taylorensis, Anomalina 

thompsoni, Eoparafusulina 

tropicalis, Globigerina 

uddeni, Schwagerina 

universa, Orbulina 

vulgaris, Arcella 

Rotifera 

fennicum, Pedalion 
Hexarthra 
intermedia, Pedalia 
Melicerta 
MELICERTIDAE 
mira, Pedalion 
ringens, Sabella 



Scaphopoda 

An talis 
Dentalium 

elephantinum, Dentalium 
entalis, Dentalium 



Scyphozoa 

Aurelia 
AURELIIDAE 

aurita, Medusa 



Sipuncula 

cumanense, Phascolosoma 
edule, Lumbricus 
pacificum, Phascolosoma 
scolops, Phymosoma 
stephensoni, Physcosoma 
vastus, Sipunculus 



Solenogastres 

acuta, Dorymenia 
Dorymenia 
hystrix, Lepidomenia 
Lepidomenia 

margaritaceus, Solenopus 
sarsii, Solenopus 
Simrothiella 



Sporozoa 

annulatum, Piroplasma 

Eimeria 

falciformis, Gregarina 

falciparum, Haematozoon 

Laverania 

malariae, Haemamoeba 

miescherianum, Synchytrium 

Plasmodium 

Sarcocystis 

vivax, Haemamoeba 



Stromatoporoidea 

gorriense, Stictostroma 

granulata, Stromatopora 
Stictostroma 

Stromatoporella 

Tardigrada 

dujardini, Macrobiotus 

Hypsibius 

oberhaeuseri, Macrobiotus 

Trace fossils 

brooksi, Chagrinichnites 
Chagrinichnites 
osgoodi, Chagrinichnites 



Trematoda 

aegyptiacum, Diplostomum 

appendiculata, Fasciola 

beadlei, Hapalorhynchus 

Bucephalus 

campanula, Distoma 

dendriticum, Distoma 

Dicrocoelium 

Fasciola 

galeatum, Monostoma 

Gastrodiscus 

haematobium, Distoma 

Hemiurus 

hepatica, Fasciola 

Heterophyes 

heterophyes, Distomum 

ovata, Fasciola 

polymorphus, Bucephalus 

Rhipidocotyle 

Schistosoma 

Trilobita 

acanthurus, Olenus 
Acernaspis 

angustifrons, Asaphus 

aranea, Lichas 

araneus, Lichas 

ASAPHIDAE 

Asaphus 

batia, Ptychoparia 



belemnurus. Megalaspis 

blumenbachii, Calymena 

Bollandia 

bucklandii, Peltoura 

Calvmene 

CALYMENIDAE 

caractaci, Calymene blumenbachii 

ceratophthalmus, Phacops 

Cheirurus 

Chuangia 

clavifrons, Calymene 

coronata, Acidaspis 

costatum, Scutellum 

crassicauda, Entomostracites 

Cummingella 

Cyphaspis 

Cyrtometopus 

dentata, Sphaerocoryphe 

derbyensis, Entomolithus 

desmaresti, Ogygia 

diffractum, Otarion 

dilatatus, Trilobus 

Dionide 

DIONIDIDAE 

eichwaldi, Asaphus 

ELLIPSOCEPHALIDAE 

Ellipsocephalus 

ENCRINURIDAE 

Encrinurus 

Eophacops 

expansus, Entomostracites 

fimbriatus, Trinucleus 

Flexicalymene 

formosa, Dione 

gibbosus, Entomostracites 

globiceps, Asaphus 

Glyptagnostus 

Griffithides 

handwerki, Phacops 

Harpes 

HARPETEDAE 

Harpides 

HARPIDIDAE 

hausmanni, Asaphus 

hirsuta, Sao 

hoffii, Trilobites 

hospes, Harpides 

ILLAENIDAE 

Illaenus 

insignis, Cheirurus 

jonesii, Phillipsia 

kellyi, Phillipsia 

Leonaspis 

leonhardi, Odontopleura 

longiceps, Griffithides 

macrocephalus, Harpes 

mucronata, Phillipsia 

nicholsoni, Cyphaspis Tornquistia 

Odontochile 

OGYGIOCARIDINAE 

Ogygiocaris 

Ogygites 

OLENIDAE 

Olenus 

orestes, Phacops 

Otarion 

parabola, Phacops 

Parabolina 

Paradoxides 

PARADOXIDIDAE 

paradoxissimus, Entomostracites 

Peltura 

PELTURINAE 

Phillipsia 



Systematic Index of Names on Official Lists 



131 



PHILLIPSIIDAE 

Phillipsinella 

PHILLIPSINELLIDAE 

praecursor, Peltura 

Protopeltura 

Ptychagnostus 

Ptychopyge 

punctatus, Entomostracites 

punctuosus, Agnostus 

pyriformis. Bulla Atya 

quadrimucronatus, Paradoxides 

Radiolichas 

Sao 

SAOIDAE 

scarabaeoides, Entomostracites 

SCUTELLUIDAE 

Scutellum 

seticornis, Asaphus 

Shantungia 

Sphaerocoryphe 

spinifera, Shantungia 

spinulosus, Entomostracites 

Toernquistia 

TOERNQUISTIIDAE 

toreuma, Glyptagnostus 

TRETASPINAE 



Tretaspis 

TRINUCLEIDAE 
Trinucleus 

tuberculatus, Acidaspis 
variolaris, Calymene 
wahlenbergii, Cryptonymus 
Weberides 
Xenostegium 

Tunicata 

candidum, Didemnum 

Didemnum 

Diplosoma 

Eudistoma 

fulgens, Leptoclinum 

Leptoclinum 

listerianum, Leptoclinum 

magalhaensis, Paessleria 

Paessleria 

rubrum, Distoma 



Turbellaria 

cornuta, Phagocata 
montenigrina, Planaria 



Urochordata 

atlanticum, Pyrosoma 

Botryllus 

Ciona 

Clavelina 

crystallinus, Polycitor 

Cyclosalpa 

democratica, Salpa 

Diazona 

Distaplia 

intestinalis, Ascidia 

lepadiformis, Ascidia 

magnilarva, Distaplia 

maxima, Salpa 

Molgula 

MOLGULIDAE 

oculata, Molgula 

pinnata, Salpa 

Polycitor 

POLYCITORIDAE 

Pyrosoma 

Salpa 

schlosseri, Alcyonium 

Thalia 

violacea, Diazona 



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PUBLISHED IN VOLUMES 43 (1986) TO 57 (2000) OF THE 

BULLETIN OF ZOOLOGICAL NOMENCLATURE 

All references are to the Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 



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Volume: 


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Publication 


Volume: 




Date 


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Date 


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Directions 






1420 


23 March 1987 


44:49 


119 


23 March 1987 


44: 73 


1421 


23 March 1987 


44: 50-51 


120 


23 March 1987 


44: 74 


1422 


23 March 1987 


44:52 


121 


23 March 1987 


44:75 


1423 


23 March 1987 


44: 53-54 


122 


25 March 1988 


45: 87-88 


1424 


23 March 1987 


44: 55-56 


123 


24 June 1988 


45: 180 


1425 


23 March 1987 


44: 57-58 








1426 


23 March 1987 


44: 59-60 


Opinions 






1427 


23 March 1987 


44: 61-62 


1369 


9 April 1986 


43: 15-16 


1428 


23 March 1987 


44:63 


1370 


9 April 1986 


43: 17-18 


1429 


23 March 1987 


44:64-67 


1371 


9 April 1986 


43: 19-20 


1430 


23 March 1987 


44: 68-69 


1372 


9 April 1986 


43: 21-22 


1431 


23 March 1987 


44: 70 


1373 


9 April 1986 


43: 23-24 


1432 


23 March 1987 


44: 71-72 


1374 


9 April 1986 


43: 25-26 


1433 


25 June 1987 


44: 132-133 


1375 


9 April 1986 


43: 27-29 


1434 


25 June 1987 


44: 134-135 


1376 


9 April 1986 


43: 30-32 


1435 


25 June 1987 


44: 136 


1377 


9 April 1986 


43: 33-34 


1436 


25 June 1987 


44: 137-138 


1378 


9 April 1986 


43: 35-36 


1437 


25 June 1987 


44: 139-140 


1379 


9 April 1986 


43: 37-38 


1438 


25 June 1987 


44: 141 


1380 


9 April 1986 


43: 39-41 


1439 


25 June 1987 


44: 142-143 


1381 


9 April 1986 


43: 42-43 


1440 


25 June 1987 


44: 144-145 


1382 


9 April 1986 


43: 44-45 


1441 " 


25 June 1987 


44: 146 


1383 


9 July 1986 


43: 121-122 


1442 


25 June 1987 


44: 147 


1384 


9 July 1986 


43: 123-124 


1443 


25 June 1987 


44: 148 


1385 


9 July 1986 


43: 125-127 


1444 


25 June 1987 


44: 149 


1386 


9 July 1986 


43: 128-129 


1445 


25 June 1987 


44: 150-151 


1387 


9 July 1986 


43: 130-131 


1446 


25 June 1987 


44: 152 


1388 


9 July 1986 


43: 132-133 


1447 


25 September 1987 


44:201 


1389 


9 July 1986 


43: 134-135 


1448 


25 September 1987 


44:202 


1390 


9 July 1986 


43: 136-137 


1449 


25 September 1987 


44:203 


1391 


9 July 1986 


43: 138-139 


1450 


25 September 1987 


44:204 


1392 


9 July 1986 


43: 140-141 


1451 


25 September 1987 


44: 205-206 


1393 


9 July 1986 


43: 142-143 


1452 


25 September 1987 


44: 207-208 


1394 


9 July 1986 


43: 144-145 


1453 


25 September 1987 


44:209 


1395 


9 July 1986 


43: 146-147 


1454 


25 September 1987 


44:210 


1396 


9 July 1986 


43: 148-149 


1455 


25 September 1987 


44:211 


1397 


9 July 1986 


43: 150-151 


1456 


25 September 1987 


44:212-213 


1398 


9 July 1986 


43: 152-153 


1457 


25 September 1987 


44:214 


1399 


9 July 1986 


43: 154-155 


1458 


25 September 1987 


44:215 


1400 


6 October 1986 


43: 229-230 


1459 


25 September 1987 


44: 216-217 


1401 


6 October 1986 


43: 231-232 


1460 


25 September 1987 


44:218 


1402 


6 October 1986 


43: 233-234 


1461 


25 September 1987 


44: 219-220 


1403 


6 October 1986 


43: 235-236 


1462 


11 December 1987 


44: 263-264 


1404 


6 October 1986 


43: 237-238 


1463 


11 December 1987 


44: 265-267 


1405 


6 October 1986 


43: 239-240 


1464 


25 March 1988 


45: 56 


1406 


6 October 1986 


43: 241-242 


1465 


25 March 1988 


45: 57-58 


1407 


6 October 1986 


43: 243-244 


1466 


25 March 1988 


45: 59-60 


1408 


6 October 1986 


43: 245-246 


1467 


25 March 1988 


45:61 


1409 


6 October 1986 


43: 247-248 


1468 


25 March 1988 


45:62 


1410 


6 October 1986 


43: 249-250 


1469 


25 March 1988 


45: 63 


1411 


6 October 1986 


43: 251-252 


1470 


25 March 1988 


45: 64-66 


1412 


6 October 1986 


43: 253-255 


1471 


25 March 1988 


45: 67-68 


1413 


6 October 1986 


43: 256-257 


1472 


25 March 1988 


45: 69-70 


1414 


6 October 1986 


43: 258-261 


1473 


25 March 1988 


45: 71-72 


1415 


6 October 1986 


43: 262-263 


1474 


25 March 1988 


45:73 


1416 


6 October 1986 


43: 264-266 


1475 


25 March 1988 


45: 74-75 


1417 


6 October 1986 


43: 267-268 


1476 


25 March 1988 


45: 76 


1418 


11 December 1986 


43: 325-327 


1477 


25 March 1988 


45:77 


1419 


11 December 1986 


43: 328-329 


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24 June 1988 


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29 September 1989 


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24 June 1988 


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1557 


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24 June 1988 


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1488 


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1560 


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29 September 1989 


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1491 


24 June 1988 


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29 September 1989 


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1492 


24 June 1988 


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1563 


29 September 1989 


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1493 


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29 September 1989 


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24 June 1988 


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1565 


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1495 


24 June 1988 


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1566 


29 September 1989 


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1496 


24 June 1988 


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1567 


27 March 1990 


47: 53-54 


1497 


24 June 1988 


45: 175 


1568 


27 March 1990 


47: 55-56 


1498 


24 June 1988 


45: 176 


1569 


27 March 1990 


47: 57-58 


1499 


24 June 1988 


45: 177 


1570 


27 March 1990 


47:59 


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24 June 1988 


45: 178-179 


1571 


27 March 1990 


47: 60-61 


1501 


23 September 1988 


45: 224-225 


1572 


27 March 1990 


47:62 


1502 


23 September 1988 


45: 226-227 


1573 


27 March 1990 


47: 63-64 


1503 


23 September 1988 


45: 228-229 


1574 


27 March 1990 


47: 65-66 


1504 


23 September 1988 


45: 230-232 


1575 


27 March 1990 


47: 67-68 


1505 


23 September 1988 


45: 233-234 


1576 


27 March 1990 


47: 69-70 


1506 


23 September 1988 


45: 235 


1577 


27 March 1990 


47: 71-72 


1507 


23 September 1988 


45: 236 


1578 


27 March 1990 


47: 73 


1508 


23 September 1988 


45: 237 


1579 


27 March 1990 


47:74 


1509 


23 September 1988 


45: 238 


1580 


27 March 1990 


47:75 


1510 


23 September 1988 


45: 239-240 


1581 


27 March 1990 


47:76 


1511 


23 September 1988 


45: 241 


1582 


27 March 1990 


47: 77-78 


1512 


23 September 1988 


45: 242 


1583 


27 March 1990 


47: 79-80 


1513 


23 September 1988 


45: 243 


1584 


27 March 1990 


47: 81-82 


1514 


23 September 1988 


45:244 


1585 


27 March 1990 


47: 83 


1515 


23 September 1988 


45: 245-246 


1586 


27 March 1990 


47: 84 


1516 


23 September 1988 


45: 247 


1587 


29 June 1990 


47: 141-142 


1517 


23 September 1988 


45: 248 


1588 


29 June 1990 


47: 143 


1518 


29 March 1989 


46:53 


1589 


29 June 1990 


47: 144 


1519 


29 March 1989 


46: 54-55 


1590 


29 June 1990 


47: 145-146 


1520 


29 March 1989 


46: 56-57 


1591 


29 June 1990 


47: 147 


1521 


29 March 1989 


46: 58-60 


1592 


29 June 1990 


47: 148-149 


1522 


29 March 1989 


46: 61-62 


1593 


29 June 1990 


47: 150-151 


1523 


29 March 1989 


46:63 


1594 


29 June 1990 


47: 152 


1524 


29 March 1989 


46:64 


1595 


29 June 1990 


47: 153 


1525 


29 March 1989 


46: 65-66 


1596 


29 June 1990 


47: 154-155 


1526 


29 March 1989 


46: 67-68 


1597 


29 June 1990 


47: 156-157 


1527 


29 March 1989 


46:69 


1598 


29 June 1990 


47: 158-159 


1528 


29 March 1989 


46:70 


1599 


29 June 1990 


47: 160 


1529 


29 March 1989 


46: 71-73 


1600 


29 June 1990 


47: 161 


1530 


29 March 1989 


46: 74-75 


1601 


29 June 1990 


47: 162 


1531 


29 March 1989 


46:76 


1602 


29 June 1990 


47: 163 


1532 


29 March 1989 


46: 77-78 


1603 


29 June 1990 


47: 164-165 


1533 


29 March 1989 


46: 79-80 


1604 


29 June 1990 


47: 166-167 


1534 


29 March 1989 


46: 81-82 


1605 


29 June 1990 


47: 168 


1535 


29 March 1989 


46: 83-84 


1606 


29 June 1990 


47: 169-170 


1536 


23 June 1989 


46: 135-136 


1607 


29 June 1990 


47: 171-172 


1537 


23 June 1989 


46: 137 


1608 


28 September 1990 


47: 217 


1538 


23 June 1989 


46: 138-139 


1609 


28 September 1990 


47: 218-219 


1539 


23 June 1989 


46: 140 


1610 


28 September 1990 


47: 220-221 


1540 


23 June 1989 


46: 141 


1611 


28 September 1990 


47: 222-223 


1541 


23 June 1989 


46: 142 


1612 


28 September 1990 


47: 224-225 


1542 


23 June 1989 


46: 143-144 


1613 


28 September 1990 


47: 226-227 


1543 


23 June 1989 


46: 145 


1614 


28 September 1990 


47: 228 


1544 


23 June 1989 


46: 146-147 


1615 


28 September 1990 


47: 229-230 


1545 


23 June 1989 


46: 148 


1616 


28 September 1990 


47: 231-232 


1546 


23 June 1989 


46: 149-150 


1617 


28 September 1990 


47: 233-234 


1547 


23 June 1989 


46: 151 


1618 


28 September 1990 


47: 235-236 


1548 


23 June 1989 


46: 152 


1619 


28 September 1990 


47: 237 


1549 


29 September 1989 


46: 193-194 


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28 September 1990 


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1692 


30 September 1992 


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1622 


20 December 1990 


47: 300 


1693 


30 September 1992 


49: 244-245 


1623 


26 March 1991 


48: 66-67 


1694 


30 September 1992 


49: 246-247 


1624 


26 March 1991 


48:68 


1695 


30 September 1992 


49: 248-249 


1625 


26 March 1991 


48: 69-70 


1696 


30 September 1992 


49:250-251 


1626 


26 March 1991 


48:71 


1697 


17 December 1992 


49: 292-293 


1627 


26 March 1991 


48: 72-73 


1698 


17 December 1992 


49: 294 


1628 


26 March 1991 


48: 74-75 


1699 


25 March 1993 


50: 59-60 


1629 


26 March 1991 


48: 76-77 


1700 


25 March 1993 


50: 61-62 


1630 


26 March 1991 


48: 78-79 


1701 


25 March 1993 


50: 63-64 


1631 


26 March 1991 


48: 80-81 


1702 


25 March 1993 


50:65 


1632 


26 March 1991 


48:82 


1703 


25 March 1993 


50: 66-67 


1633 


26 March 1991 


48: 83 


1704 


25 March 1993 


50: 68-69 


1634 


26 March 1991 


48:84 


1705 


25 March 1993 


50: 70-71 


1635 


27 June 1991 


48: 162-163 


1706 


25 March 1993 


50: 72-73 


1636 


27 June 1991 


48: 164-165 


1707 


25 March 1993 


50:74 


1637 


27 June 1991 


48: 166-167 


1708 


25 March 1993 


50: 75-76 


1638 


27 June 1991 


48: 168 


1709 


25 March 1993 


50: 77-78 


1639 


27 June 1991 


48: 169-170 


1710 


25 March 1993 


50: 79-82 


1640 


27 June 1991 


48: 171-172 


1711 


25 March 1993 


50:83 


1641 


27 June 1991 


48: 173-174 


1712 


25 March 1993 


50: 84 


1642 


27 June 1991 


48: 175-176 


1713 


25 March 1993 


50: 85-89 


1643 


27 June 1991 


48: 177-178 


1714 


25 March 1993 


50: 90-91 


1644 


27 June 1991 


48: 179-180 


1715 


25 March 1993 


50: 92-93 


1645 


27 June 1991 


48: 181-182 


1716 


25 March 1993 


50: 94-95 


1646 


27 June 1991 


48: 183-184 


1717 


30 June 1993 


50: 152-154 


1647 


27 June 1991 


48: 185-186 


1718 


30 June 1993 


50: 155-156 


1648 


27 June 1991 


48: 187-188 


1719 


30 June 1993 


50: 157-158 


1649 


30 September 1991 


48: 256-257 


1720 


30 June 1993 


50: 159-160 


1650 


30 September 1991 


48: 258-260 


1721 


30 June 1993 


50: 161-163 


1651 


30 September 1991 


48: 261-262 


1722 


30 June 1993 


50: 164-165 


1652 


30 September 1991 


48: 263-264 


1723 


30 June 1993 


50: 166 


1653 


30 September 1991 


48: 265 


1724 


30 June 1993 


50: 167-168 


1654 


30 September 1991 


48: 266-267 


1725 


30 June 1993 


50: 169-170 


1655 


30 September 1991 


48: 268-269 


1726 


30 June 1993 


50: 171-173 


1656 


30 September 1991 


48: 270-271 


1727 


30 June 1993 


50: 174-175 


1657 


30 September 1991 


48: 272-273 


1728 


30 June 1993 


50: 176 


1658 


30 September 1991 


48: 274-275 


1729 


30 June 1993 


50: 177-178 


1659 


30 September 1991 


48: 276 


1730 


30 June 1993 


50: 179-180 


1660 


30 September 1991 


48: 277-278 


1731 


30 June 1993 


50: 181 


1661 


30 September 1991 


48: 279-280 


1732 


30 June 1993 


50: 182 


1662 


26 March 1992 


49: 74-75 


1733 


30 June 1993 


50: 183 


1663 


26 March 1992 


49: 76-77 


1734 


30 June 1993 


50: 184-185 


1664 


26 March 1992 


49: 78-80 


1735 


30 June 1993 


50: 186-187 


1665 


26 March 1992 


49: 81-82 


1736 


30 June 1993 


50: 188-189 


1666 


26 March 1992 


49: 83-84 


1737 


30 June 1993 


50: 190-191 


1667 


26 March 1992 


49:85 


1738 


30 September 1993 


50: 240-241 


1668 


26 March 1992 


49: 86-87 


1739 


30 September 1993 


50: 242-243 


1669 


26 March 1992 


49: 88-89 


1740 


30 September 1993 


50:244 


1670 


26 March 1992 


49:90 


1741 


30 September 1993 


50: 245 


1671 


26 March 1992 


49: 91-92 


1742 


30 September 1993 


50: 246-247 


1672 


26 March 1992 


49: 93-94 


1743 


30 September 1993 


50: 248-250 


1673 


26 March 1992 


49: 95-96 


1744 


30 September 1993 


50: 251-252 


1674 


26 March 1992 


49: 97-99 


1745 


30 September 1993 


50: 253-254 


1675 


25 June 1992 


49: 157 


1746 


30 September 1993 


50: 255 


1676 


25 June 1992 


49: 158 


1747 


30 September 1993 


50: 256-258 


1677 


25 June 1992 


49: 159 


1748 


30 September 1993 


50: 259-260 


1678 


25 June 1992 


49: 160-161 


1749 


30 September 1993 


50: 261-263 


1679 


25 June 1992 


49: 162 


1750 


16 December 1993 


50: 297 


1680 


25 June 1992 


49: 163-164 


1751 


16 December 1993 


50: 298-299 


1681 


25 June 1992 


49: 165-166 


1752 


30 March 1994 


51: 54-55 


1682 


25 June 1992 


49: 167 


1753 


30 March 1994 


51:56-57 


1683 


25 June 1992 


49: 168 


1754 


30 March 1994 


51: 58-70 


1684 


25 June 1992 


49: 169-170 


1755 


30 March 1994 


51:71 


1685 


25 June 1992 


49: 171-173 


1756 


30 March 1994 


51: 72-73 


1686 


25 June 1992 


49: 174-175 


1757 


30 March 1994 


51: 74-75 


1687 


25 June 1992 


49: 176-177 


1758 


30 March 1994 


51: 76-78 


1688 


25 June 1992 


49: 178-179 


1759 


30 March 1994 


51:79 


1689 


30 September 1992 


49: 236-237 


1760 


30 March 1994 


51:80 


1690 


30 September 1992 


49: 238-239 


1761 


30 March 1994 


51:81 


1691 


30 September 1992 


49: 240-241 


1762 


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30 March 1994 


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28 June 1996 


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1765 


30 June 1994 


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30 June 1994 


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28 June 1996 


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30 June 1994 


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28 June 1996 


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1768 


30 June 1994 


51: 166-167 


1839 


28 June 1996 


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1769 


30 June 1994 


51: 168-169 


1840 


28 June 1996 


53: 138-139 


1770 


30 June 1994 


51: 170-171 


1841 


28 June 1996 


53: 140-141 


1771 


30 June 1994 


51: 172-173 


1842 


28 June 1996 


53: 142-144 


1772 


30 June 1994 


51: 174-175 


1843 


30 September 1996 


53: 201-202 


1773 


30 June 1994 


51: 176-177 


1844 


30 September 1996 


53: 203 


1774 


30 June 1994 


51: 178 


1845 


30 September 1996 


53: 204 


1775 


30 June 1994 


51: 179-180 


1846 


30 September 1996 


53: 205-206 


1776 


30 June 1994 


51: 181 


1847 


30 September 1996 


53: 207 


1777 


30 June 1994 


51: 182-183 


1848 


30 September 1996 


53: 208-209 


1778 


30 September 1994 


51: 268-270 


1849 


30 September 1996 


53: 210-212 


1779 


30 September 1994 


51: 271-272 


1850 


30 September 1996 


53: 213-214 


1780 


30 September 1994 


51: 273-274 


1851 


30 September 1996 


53: 215-217 


1781 


30 September 1994 


51: 275-276 


1852 


30 September 1996 


53: 218-219 


1782 


30 September 1994 


51: 277-278 


1853 


30 September 1996 


53: 220-221 


1783 


30 September 1994 


51: 279 


1854 


30 September 1996 


53: 222 


1784 


30 September 1994 


51: 280-282 


1855 


30 September 1996 


53: 223-225 


1785 


30 September 1994 


51: 283-284 


1856 


30 September 1996 


53: 226-227 


1786 


30 September 1994 


51: 285 


1857 


20 December 1996 


53: 289-290 


1787 


30 September 1994 


51: 286-287 


1858 


20 December 1996 


53: 291 


1788 


30 September 1994 


51: 288 


1859 


20 December 1996 


53: 292-294 


1789 


30 September 1994 


51: 289 


1860 


26 March 1997 


54: 55-58 


1790 


30 September 1994 


51: 290 


1861 


26 March 1997 


54: 59-61 


1791 


30 September 1994 


51: 291 


1862 


26 March 1997 


54: 62-64 


1792 


30 March 1995 


52: 94-95 


1863 


26 March 1997 


54: 65-67 


1793 


30 March 1995 


52: 96-97 


1864 


26 March 1997 


54: 68-69 


1794 


30 March 1995 


52: 98-99 


1865 


26 March 1997 


54: 70-71 


1795 


30 March 1995 


52: 100-101 


1866 


26 March 1997 


54: 72-74 


1796 


30 March 1995 


52: 102-103 


1867 


26 March 1997 


54: 75-76 


1797 


30 March 1995 


52: 104-105 


1868 


30 June 1997 


54: 130 


1798 


30 March 1995 


52: 106-108 


1869 


30 June 1997 


54: 131-132 


1799 


30 March 1995 


52: 109-110 


1870 


30 June 1997 


54: 133-135 


1800 


30 March 1995 


52: 111-112 


1871 


30 June 1997 


54: 136-137 


1801 


30 March 1995 


52: 113 


1872 


30 June 1997 


54: 138-139 


1802 


30 March 1995 


52: 114-115 


1873 


30 June 1997 


54: 140-141 


1803 


30 June 1995 


52: 194-195 


1874 


30 June 1997 


54: 142-143 


1804 


30 June 1995 


52: 196-197 


1875 


30 September 1977 


54: 190-191 


1805 


30 June 1995 


52: 198-199 


1876 


30 September 1977 


54: 192 


1806 


30 June 1995 


52: 200-203 


1877 


30 September 1977 


54: 193 


1807 


30 June 1995 


52: 204-205 


1878 


30 September 1977 


54: 194 


1808 


30 June 1995 


52: 206-207 


1879 


30 September 1977 


54: 195-196 


1809 


30 June 1995 


52: 208-210 


1880 


30 September 1977 


54: 197-199 


1810 


30 June 1995 


52:211-213 


1881 


30 September 1977 


54: 200 


1811 


30 June 1995 


52: 214-216 


1882 


30 September 1977 


54: 201-202 


1812 


30 June 1995 


52: 217-218 


1883 


30 September 1977 


54: 203 


1813 


30 June 1995 


52: 219-221 


1884 


30 September 1977 


54: 204-205 


1814 


30 June 1995 


52: 222-223 


1885 


30 September 1977 


54: 206-207 


1815 


28 September 1995 


52: 276-277 


1886 


31 March 1998 


55: 47-48 


1816 


28 September 1995 


52: 278 


1887 


31 March 1998 


55: 49-50 


1817 


28 September 1995 


52: 279-280 


1888 


31 March 1998 


55:51 


1818 


28 September 1995 


52: 281 


1889 


31 March 1998 


55: 52-53 


1819 


28 September 1995 


52: 282 


1890 


31 March 1998 


55: 54-57 


1820 


28 September 1995 


52: 283-285 


1891 


31 March 1998 


55: 58-60 


1821 


28 September 1995 


52: 286-287 


1892 


31 March 1998 


55:61 


1822 


29 March 1996 


53: 51-52 


1893 


31 March 1998 


55: 62-63 


1823 


29 March 1996 


53: 53 


1894 


31 March 1998 


55: 64-71 


1824 


29 March 1996 


53: 54-56 


1895 


30 June 1998 


55: 121-122 


1825 


29 March 1996 


53: 57-59 


1896 


30 June 1998 


55: 123 


1826 


29 March 1996 


53: 60-61 


1897 


30 June 1998 


55: 124-128 


1827 


29 March 1996 


53: 62-63 


1898 


30 June 1998 


55: 129-130 


1828 


29 March 1996 


53: 64-65 


1899 


30 June 1998 


55: 131-132 


1829 


29 March 1996 


53: 66-67 


1900 


30 June 1998 


55: 133-134 


1830 


29 March 1996 


53: 68-69 


1901 


30 June 1998 


55: 135 


1831 


29 March 1996 


53: 70-71 


1902 


30 September 1998 


55: 186 


1832 


29 March 1996 


53: 72-73 


1903 


30 September 1998 


55: 187-188 


1833 


29 March 1996 


53: 74-75 


1904 


30 September 1998 


55: 189-190 



136 


Bib 


LIOGRAPHIC R.EFEREIS 


CES TO DlRECTIOl 


vis and Opinions 






Number 


Publication 


Volume: 


Number 


Publication 


Volume: 




Date 


pages 




Date 


pages 


1905 


30 September 1998 


55: 191-193 


1935 


30 September 1999 


56 


211-212 


1906 


30 September 1998 


55: 194-196 


1936 


30 September 1999 


56 


213 


1907 


30 September 1998 


55: 197-198 


1937 


30 September 1999 


56 


214-215 


1908 


30 September 1998 


55: 199-200 


1938 


30 September 1999 


56 


216-217 


1909 


30 September 1998 


55: 201-203 


1939 


30 September 1999 


56 


218-220 


1910 


18 December 1998 


55: 244-245 


1940 


30 September 1999 


56 


221-222 


1911 


18 December 1998 


55: 246-247 


1941 


30 September 1999 


56 


223-224 


1912 


18 December 1998 


55: 248-249 


1942 


31 March 2000 


57 


52-53 


1913 


31 March 1999 


56: 74-76 


1943 


31 March 2000 


57 


54-55 


1914 


31 March 1999 


56: 77-80 


1944 


31 March 2000 


57 


56-57 


1915 


31 March 1999 


56:81 


1945 


31 March 2000 


57 


58-59 


1916 


31 March 1999 


56: 82-86 


1946 


31 March 2000 


57 


60 


1917 


31 March 1999 


56: 87-88 


1947 


31 March 2000 


57 


61-62 


1918 


31 March 1999 


56: 89-91 


1948 


31 March 2000 


57 


63-65 


1919 


31 March 1999 


56: 92-93 


1949 


31 March 2000 


57 


66-67 


1920 


31 March 1999 


56: 94-95 


1950 


30 June 2000 


57 


124-125 


1921 


31 March 1999 


56: 96-100 


1951 


30 June 2000 


57 


126-127 


1922 


31 March 1999 


56: 101-103 


1952 


30 June 2000 


57 


128-129 


1923 


30 June 1999 


56: 150-151 


1953 


30 June 2000 


57 


130 


1924 


30 June 1999 


56: 152-153 


1954 


30 June 2000 


57 


131-136 


1925 


30 June 1999 


56: 154-155 


1955 


29 September 2000 


57 


177-179 


1926 


30 June 1999 


56: 156-157 


1956 


29 September 2000 


57 


180-181 


1927 


30 June 1999 


56: 158-159 


1957 


29 September 2000 


57 


182-184 


1928 


30 June 1999 


56: 160-161 


1958 


29 September 2000 


57 


184-186 


1929 


30 June 1999 


56: 162-163 


1959 


29 September 2000 


57 


187-188 


1930 


30 September 1999 


56: 202-203 


1960 


29 September 2000 


57 


189-190 


1931 


30 September 1999 


56: 204-205 


1961 


29 September 2000 


57 


191-192 


1932 


30 September 1999 


56: 206-207 


1962 


29 September 2000 


57 


193-195 


1933 


30 September 1999 


56: 208 


1963 


21 December 2000 


57 


232-235 


1934 


30 September 1999 


56: 209-210 


1964 


21 December 2000 


57 


236 



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